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Lava Lunch

It's a little hot in here....
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This is a restuarant designed to look like an underground magma flow. All of the walls are rock that have "cracks" that are filled with "lava" (flat lava lamp), the food is spicy, and all of the tables/chairs/utensils/ect. are made of obsidian and other volcanic rocks to emulate this lava-ish type feeling.
DesertFox, Oct 04 2004

this month's National Geographic. http://magma.nation...feature1/index.html
[po, Oct 05 2004]

How To Cook With Lava http://www.dolphinbayhilo.com/cook.html
[krelnik, Oct 05 2004]

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       Real estate at the foot of Mount St. Helens is probably very affordable right now and ideally pre-configured for this layout. You might not want to lock yourself into any long term lease, however.
jurist, Oct 05 2004
  

       hopefully the excitement would not give you gastroesophageal reflux disease.
po, Oct 05 2004
  

       There was a cafe in Dorset called "The Cave" which had been carefully crafted to resemble a deep cave and painted in reds and oranges for a cheap 'magma' effect.   

       We called it "The Nostril".
wagster, Oct 05 2004
  

       I like the idea's name.
Pericles, Oct 05 2004
  

       Perhaps food could be cooked at your table using this technique....see my link.
krelnik, Oct 05 2004
  

       krelnik, mI love the link. I want some of those gloves though. It would be useful in my Pyromaniac ideas.
DesertFox, Oct 06 2004
  

       My wife has some similar gloves - she uses them for working with her kiln (1250ºC/2200ºF).
hippo, Oct 06 2004
  

       "it's getting hot in here, so take off all your clothes...it's getting hot in here...." Nelly shoutout. Why? I dunno. But--it could be a great themed stripclub as well.
Eugene, Oct 06 2004
  

       Speaking of the explosive power of volcanoes, I keep thinking of this as Lava Launch, an innovative, though risky space launch technology
theircompetitor, Oct 06 2004
  

       Yeah. They do. I found that out when my lava lamp fell over at an angle between the dresser and the side of my bed (I sleep in a bunk bed, because I like being near the ceiling). Then it fell down and all the wax got all cloud and it took DAYS for all the wax to fall.
DesertFox, Oct 06 2004
  
      
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