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Wall of Death Revolving Restaurant

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Let's breath new life into the revolving restaurant idea. It's image has been in decline for a while among devil-may-care youngsters, so let's revamp it, only ten times faster.

Obviously, wipe clean surfaces would be essential, and the menu would need to be devised carefully.

Of course people would like it. Remember the boyscout/rollercoaster/burgers and coke/Jim'll fix it moment?

Fishrat, Sep 27 2003

Parabolic Pool Table Parabolic_20Pool_20Table
Like this, but in restaurant format. [wagster, Dec 15 2004]


       I'd pay to watch people trying to eat here. Well, until they started throwing up.
DrCurry, Sep 27 2003

       Keep the windows closed.
FarmerJohn, Sep 27 2003

       why not a hundred times faster so you could stand on the walls.
jaksplat, Dec 15 2004

       er.. I think that's the idea [jaksplat] and a great one.. well done [fishy].
neilp, Dec 15 2004

       At that speed the food will be flatter. Maybe instead of sitting on vertical walls at 10g or so, we could amend [ldischler]'s famous pool table [link] and have a reasonably fast spinning parabolic restaurant floor. Access would have to be from the centre of course.
wagster, Dec 15 2004

       Tip to first-timers: try to find a table near the center. [+]
Trout, Dec 15 2004

       I like everything but the name. Patrons subjected to crushing g forces and unpredictable Coriolis kicks, all fine fun. But the Wall of Death? Run by one Mr. Fishrat?
pluterday, Dec 15 2004

       I ate in a revolving restaurant for the first time a few weeks ago (the space needle, in Seattle). It takes a minute even at about .013 rpm to regain your appetite.   

       A few issues:   

       1. These places often revolve for the views. Would the ground be clear?
2. I feel bad for the poor wait staff.
Worldgineer, Mar 24 2005

       "I'll have a martini, dry....shaken, not stirred".   

       "I'm sorry, sir. All our drinks are stirred".
normzone, Mar 24 2005

       Waiter, why is my pop flat?   

       "Where shall we go, darling ?"   

       "How about the Wall of Death restaraunt ?"   

       "No ... everytime I eat there, I put on weight ... "
8th of 7, Jun 08 2010

       //Waiter, why is my pop flat?//   

       Perhaps he sat too near the edge, sir.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 08 2010


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