Question of the week: Breastaurants — yay or nay?

Twin Peaks is causing quite a stir in Wichita, although as I point out in my review this week, that’s probably more about the voluptuous wait staff than the cuisine.

The servers’ outfits are definitely in the PG range, yet when I visited, the place was full not only of tables of guys but also of older couples and families.

What are your feelings on these establishments, affectionately referred to as “breastaurants?” (Hooters is another example.) Are they more harmless fun or sexist ickiness?

Answer in the comments section below, but be nice.

Twin Peaks opens today

Ladies and gentelman, er, gentelman: Your wait staff.

Twin Peaks, a new bar and grill going into the former Timberline spot at 8310 E. 21st St., joins Hooters and Emerson Biggin’s on Wichita’s growing list of double-entendre, male-focused, scantily-clad waitress restaurants when it opens today.

Its specialties (besides waitresses in super low-cut short-shorts and Daisy Duke, chest-baring crop tops) appear to be standard bar food fare such as chicken fried steak, burgers and sandwiches.

A first glance at the menu reveals a few unusual, tantalizing options: BBQ pulled pork nachos, a flat iron steak, venison chili and blackened fish tacos among them. Entrees average about $11 or $12.

The restaurant will open from5 p.m. to midnight today. It’ll keep those hours until Monday, when its regular hours will take over: 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday through Wednesday and 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Thursdays through Saturdays.