|"This is great. Really, pants just get in|
the way of the dining experience."
-Some naked guy
|"Hi, I'm Todd, and I'll be judging you tonight.|
Can I start you off with a complex?"
|Only hipsters could find a way to be|
pretentious and naked at the same time.
|"Are you for goddamn kidding me?" |
Pieter Paul Rubens
"If fat people are allowed in it could be miserable for some guests...We are aiming for a sort of Roman aesthetic, like the beautiful paintings you see in museums."
-Miki Komatsu, spokeswoman for
The Amrita Restaurant explaining that
fat people bum out the other patrons
Ah. So their theme is body shaming. First of all, fuck you The Amrita. Secondly, has Miki Komatsu ever been to a museum? People back in the Renaissance loved butter. Loved it, so I don't know what she's talking about.
Look, I don't want to tell The Amrita how to run their gimmicky, pantless dining experience, but I'm going to anyway. First of all, naked restaurants are, objectively speaking, ridiculous. No matter how good your food is, people are going to go there because they want to see hootenannies and wing-wangs right there at the table while they eat. It's novel.
|Above: an ad for The Men of Amrita men's show on the|
restaurant's website. Also I guess they serve food or something.
|Pictured: The bartender getting way|
too much milage out of saying
'hey, can I mix you a cocktail?'
I guess the point is if people want to dine naked, that's cool, but it's not something you should take super seriously and you sure as hell shouldn't get all judgy about your guests' bodies. Besides, no one can possibly look good eating naked. Seriously. Imagine the fittest, most attractive person you can think of. Now imagine them naked and eating lobster.
|Oh, and yes, they're wearing the bib. You're welcome.|