So that was the original design for the Space Needle? It looks a little crazy. I actually enjoy the restaurant in the Space Needle. You spend an hour and get a 360-degree view of the city.
Bleeb is keeping his eyes on The View, his kind of view LOL
The architect of this one was a little unclear on the concept. Either that, or he just didn’t like people.
“What a revolving development this is!”
Reminds me of the Larry Sanders Show where Garry Shandling’s sidekick Hank opened a revolving restaurant on the ground floor.
lost scene from “The Poseidon Adventure”
Bleeb says from orbit all restaurants are revolving.
The architect was highly recommended by Six Flags.
That looks like fun!
Don’t order the soup.
Moonlights as a rock tumbler.
they need to ramp up the RPM so it will act as a centrifuge and keep people stuck to the floor.
I hope no one ate yet….
Must be in L.A.
It must be rough if even Bleeb’s having troubles…
Brings a new meaning to Bottoms up .
You should have seen the one based on the Tilt-a-Whirl concept!
Watch your axis.
Be sure to try their Pineapple Right-Side-Up Cake…
Let’s get out of here, all this spinning is making me sick! Uh, we’re not spinning, we’re tumbling! Whatever, I’m serious, I’m about to barf! What’d you say?! I said I’m about to barf….you know…ralph, puke, spew, hurl, yawn, yak, urp, yodel, heave, gag, gob, upchuck, chunder, regurge, throwup, blow chunks, call New York, lose my lunch, toss my cookies!!? Okay, I get it, I get it…so, are you gonna eat your bread sticks, or can I have ‘em?
Rendezvous with Rama first failed prototype.
Architect mixed up horizontal with vertical…
This makes me think of the Top of the I. The rotating restaurant at the top of the Ilikai Hotel in Honolulu. It was my favorite date restaurant in Honolulu back in the early ’80’s.
Eating there is a real space odyssey.
There was a disconnect when the axis of rotation was installed.
August 21, 2015