May 13, 2013 22:05

Kiss plan to open over 100 restaurants in the US

The glam band have just launched the third branch of Rock & Brews

Kiss plan to open over 100 restaurants in the US

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Legendary glam metal band Kiss plan to open over 100 restaurants in North America.

The band have just opened the third branch of Rock & Brews in the greater Los Angeles area and have said that they wish to open 100 more in the next five years.

Of the chain's expansion, the band's frontman Paul Stanley told Hollywood Reporter: "We are spreading our tentacles! It's a family friendly place where you don't have to compromise your palate. Most of the time when you bring your kids to a restaurant, you are eating cardboard pizza or dried out macaroni and cheese. This is really your place where you can hang out, choose from one of our 80 craft beers, hear quality rock music and have a great night with your friends."

The band plan to open new branches at LAX airport in Los Angeles, Maui in Hawaii and Kansas City in Missouri over the coming year.

Last year, Kiss opened their own mini-golf course in Las Vegas. The 'Kiss By Monster Mini Golf Site' features a glow-in-the-dark mini golf course, as well as an arcade, party rooms and wedding chapel. Speaking about the course, bassist Gene Simmons said: "This venue is perfect for Las Vegas. Where else can you go play a round of Kiss By Monster Mini Golf, and then renew your wedding vows in an official Kiss Hotter Than Hell Wedding Chapel? Only in Vegas." To find out more information about the course, visit Monsterminigolf.com/Kiss

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