It’s like Hooters, but with less clothing and carne asada instead of wings. According to the Express-News, the all-female waitstaff at a San Antonio restaurant called Milo’s saunters around in “little more than lace lingerie, short shorts, mini-skirts, and swimwear.” Milo Linan, the trailblazing breastaurant’s owner who conducted her Express-News interview while “wearing a mesh shirt to cover her lace bra and underwear,” sums it up in simple terms. “It’s different,” she tells the paper, “it’s sexy.”
The spot’s only been open for two months, and Linan hasn’t laid out much of a dress code so far, but she says employees may luck out later this year and get matching uniforms. The restaurant’s Facebook page is overflowing with shots of the girls wearing that particular day’s attire, sometimes posing with their endless supply of male-customer arm candy, though by the 15th one, the photos take on an undeniably creepy feel — why’s the place always completely empty when they’re taken? (Well, aside from the obvious reasons.)
Apparently, any concerns you may have about this restaurant are misplaced, because the girls say they have it under control: “We don’t let guys disrespect us,” one server explained to the paper.