Thursday, February 01, 2007

Gotta Protect those Beavers


Hooters fight gives city 2 restaurants


TROY, Mich. - A fight to discourage Hooters restaurant from expanding in this well-to-do Detroit suburb by blocking its liquor license has backfired: Now there are two restaurants just two miles apart.

Troy, a high-income city of just 80,000 people and home to the state's only Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue department stores, now has another distinction. It is the only non-resort city of its size to have two Hooters.
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Critics are concerned that the restaurants' scantily clad servers don't fit the image the city seeks to project in its Big Beaver commercial district.


My friend Wynona says you might start by renaming the business district...

3 comments:

The Moody Minstrel said...

I don't know what the big deal is. The beavers are usually a lot better covered than the hooters.

Oh, wait...was I supposed to capitalize those two words?

Dean Wormer said...

It is the only non-resort city of its size to have two Hooters.

Well, just the one might look funny.

Pandabonium said...

What a bunch of boobs they must have on their Big Beaver Troy city council. I hope they get pelted in the next election.