The Week contest: Nude food
Last week's question: Patrons will soon be able to eat truly au naturel at London's first nude restaurant, which will feature "clothed" and "unclothed" dining areas. If the restaurant proves popular and its owner wants to create a global chain of eateries where people dine in the buff, what would it be called?
THE WINNER: "The All Off Garden" Kenneth Radke, Palm Springs, Calif.
SECOND PLACE: "Cracker Bare-all" Tim Mistele, Coral Gables, Fla.
THIRD PLACE: "The Naked and the Fed'' Martin Arfer, New York City
"T.M.I. Friday's"Peter Smith, Los Angeles
"Red Dis-Robin'"David Gunderson, Mill Valley, Calif.
"Junk 'n' Donuts"Tony Pribyl, Oakland, Calif.
"Cinnabuns"Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh
"Popped Eyes Fried Chicken"Craig Foote, Jacksonville, Fla.
"Ruby Tuch-day"Ray Harlan, Aurora, Colo.
"Chilly's"Steve Brown, Woodstock, Ga.
"Joe's Ab Shack"Benjy Davies, Gallipolis, Ohio
"International House of Beefcake"Ronald Aratingi, Kansas City, Mo.
"No Reservations"Phyllis Klein, New York City
"Outback Streakhouse"Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh, Pa.
"Outback and Front Steakhouse"Barbara Farrell, Salem, S.C.
"The Rear Window"Lisa Finkelstein, Tallahassee, Fla.
"Pizza Butt"Dave Ulmen, Spokane, Wash.
"Dressing on the Side?"Mary Kay Kresile, Atlanta