I have a friend that would eat there. He likes those over priced under fed meals where everything is "foam" and served on a spoon. Open it in SoCal and you'll have a hanger full of idiots, of course you can restrict seating to make it even more exclusive, open in in LA and call it the French Wash.I just won fifty million dollars in the Powerball lottery and decided to invest every dime of it into a restaurant.
A super hip, super New Age-y, super cool one, of course. A restaurant that takes the "deconstuction" trend to a new level.
The concept is Deconstructed Deconstruction
The dining area will be a pitch black giant-airplane-hangar-sized empty spherical space, with pinpoints of light all over the ceiling, floor, and walls, like a planetarium.
No tables, no chairs, no menu... just a polished acrylic jet-black see-through floor that runs through the center of it to sit on.
Diners will be brought to the center of the floor, seated, handed a napkin and a pair of chopsticks to pick up and control a second pair of chopsticks (how à jour, right?), and after a suitable wait to confer a bit of drama, served.
What will they be served? A cantaloupe-sized ball of rock, a sunlamp, and a ticking timer set to four billion years.
For an extra charge the rock ball can be dressed with a bit of Foam Foam---i.e. deconstructed foam---of course.