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Strip club empire opens a breastaurant by Johnson Space Center, touts its military theme

Strip club empire opens a breastaurant by Johnson Space Center

Bombshells Restaurant & Bar Dallas bombs outside restaurant
In early 2014, strip club mega-company Rick's Cabaret will open a branch of its breastaurant concept in Webster. Bombshells Restaurant & Bar/Facebook
Bombshells Restaurant & Bar Dallas waitresses at entrance
Rick's president Eric Langan says Bombshells is all about "families who like the ambiance, the energy and the great hospitality." Bombshells Restaurant & Bar/Facebook
Bombshells Restaurant & Bar Dallas waitress at bar
The military theme even carries over to the bar, where a Manhattan becomes a "Manhattan Project." Bombshells Restaurant & Bar/Facebook
Bombshells Restaurant & Bar Dallas interior with military helmuts
Bombshells celebrates our nation's armed forces with a military-themed decor including sandbags, vintage helmets and giant defused bombs. Bombshells Restaurant & Bar/Facebook
Bombshells Restaurant & Bar Dallas exterior with motocycles and crowd on patio
Bombshells Restaurant & Bar in Dallas Bombshells Restaurant & Bar/Facebook
Bombshells Restaurant & Bar Dallas bombs outside restaurant
Bombshells Restaurant & Bar Dallas waitresses at entrance
Bombshells Restaurant & Bar Dallas waitress at bar
Bombshells Restaurant & Bar Dallas interior with military helmuts
Bombshells Restaurant & Bar Dallas exterior with motocycles and crowd on patio

International strip club empire Rick's Cabaret is opening a second branch of its ​Bombshells breastaurant concept in Webster near Johnson Space Center (insert your own joke here).

Like the original in Dallas, the new Bombshells will be decked out in a military theme that management hopes the NASA crowd will love. Apparently, the table of elements decor just didn't pan out.

With both Bone Daddy's and Twin Peaks thriving in Webster, Rick's Cabaret president Eric Langan explains in a statement that the area was a logical choice for the company as it expands its Bombshells brand.

Bombshells is all about "families who like the ambiance, the energ y and the great hospitality."

To keep up with the Joneses, the new location guarantees a "first class" dining experience, upwards of 70 televisions and a "sexy wait staff."

Now, don't go thinking this breastaurant is only for young adults and sports fans. Langan says Bombshells is all about "families who like the ambiance, the energy and the great hospitality" . . . 

Because what happy family can resist a good MMA watch party and all that objectification of women?

Food wise, patrons can expect the usual tavern fare repackaged to fit the armed services trope. There are Stuffed Artillery Shells (potato skins filled with bacon and cheese), Bomb Poppers (bacon-covered shrimp), Bayonets (pickles) and M-2s (Tex-Mex egg rolls). And don't miss MacArthur's Supreme Commander Nachos.

At the bar, customers can get the Enola Gay (Long Island Iced Tea), the Manhattan Project (a Manhattan, obviously) or the Memphis Belle — a crazy ice cream float made with root beer-flavored Smirnoff.