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KISS rocker Gene Simmons to open Maui restaurant


Rocker, reality television show star and entrepreneur Gene Simmons plans to open a Rock & Brews restaurant on Maui, following the opening of what will be the chain’s first location in El Segundo, Calif. next month.

The restaurant and entertainment venue will serve foods said to be rock musicians’ favorites, as well as craft beers from around the world, and will bear “The Great Wall of Rock” display of rock posters, art and multiple flat screen televisions. Simmons is the bass player and frontman for the rock band KISS.
The concept was created by Los Angeles restaurant industry figure Michael Zislis and concert promoter Dave Furano, who are Simmons’ partners in the venture.
The opening date of the Maui restaurant and its location have not yet been released.


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1local wrote:
competition for Hard Rock cafe
on March 12,2012 | 09:43AM
iwanaknow wrote:
This pub will last two or three years then fold........so enjoy it while you can.......... p.s I've enjoyed Gene's "Family Jewels" on A & E channel.
on March 12,2012 | 10:50AM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Very creepy.
on March 12,2012 | 12:05PM
Manapua_Man wrote:
Would make more sense to open something like that on Oahu rather than a neighbor island.
on March 12,2012 | 06:01PM
likewise wrote:
Maybe not. He's less likely to get someone to pay 30$ for his Gene Simmon's special hamburger on Oahu. Lots of other $30 dollar hamburgers to compete with. Maui seems more exotic too. Two of those rum-doused umbrella drinks and I'm ordering the double bacon, cheese, Dr. Love Burger, with the fries.=o) Or is is it Dr. Feelgood Burger. I get my heath care professionals mixed up sometimes.
on March 12,2012 | 06:54PM
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