September 29, 2007

How Texas Republicans Will Be Spending the Money They Made During the Bush Years

Filed under: News — Volt @ 4:40 pm

David Kaplan, The Houston Chronicle, September 29, 2007

When Kevin Munz makes his less than bashful entrance into the restaurant business, Clear Lake may feel a bit more like Las Vegas.

His Cullen’s Upscale American Grille, set to open in January, will be about 38,000 square feet, which is gigantic, about 10 times larger than a typical restaurant.

His lounge will have a fiber-optic floor, a player piano and — far more rare — a player violin.

Cullen’s will boast 56 large LCD screens projecting art by the masters, thousands of images changing every few minutes.

An all-glass private dining room, suspended high in the air, will allow its diners to hover above the masses. They can pre-order their china pattern in their choice of Wedgewood, Versace or the Titanic.

A concept this extravagant could sink like a great ship or rake it in like a casino.

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  1. Promptly at 9:15 each night, a living Vietnamese boy will be ushered into the central seating area and slaughtered. Those in the VIP Gold Star section will get first choice on which organ or limb to be prepared exclusively at their table. The blood of the young, which has vaunted age-erasing properties, will be available for a very limited amount of cocktails.

    Comment by Chris Weagel — September 30, 2007 @ 4:52 pm

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