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May 13, 2020 / Posted by:

The mannequin diners of The Inn at Little Washington!

The Inn at Little Washington, a three-Michelin-starred luxury restaurant in Washington, Virginia, has come up with a perfect and not-at-all creepy way for their diners to not break social distancing rules but yet feel like they’re truly having an evening out by being surrounded with elegant and genteel ladies and gentlemen. They are going to fill their restaurant with mannequins. Personally, if there’s going to be a mannequin restaurant, I’d want one that’s done up like Mannequin the movie (complete with stunning 1980s fashions, a Kim Cattrall cosplayer as your host, and a Meshach Taylor as Hollywood impersonator as your sommelier), but sure, this works too, I guess. And if you’re lucky, you can watch a man mannequin propose to a lady mannequin (see: that mess above and to the right).

The Washingtonian says The Inn at Little Washington was planning to reopen on May 15, but then the governor of Virginia, Ralph Northam, messed up their plans by declaring that for phase one, diners can only sit outside and patios can only be filled to 50% capacity. That doesn’t really work for The Inn, so chef Patrick O’Connell, who was a drama major (FYI), came up with a plan that may or may not have outed him as a maniacal psychopath. He’s going to fill the restaurant with mannequins done up in 1940s drag. Servers will even have to pour wine for the mannequins and ask them how their evening is going. This is what the mannequin diners look like in and out of their 1940s ensembles:

Patrick is really stepping up the creepy drama by making staff wear Marilyn Monroe and George Washington masks:

O’Connell says that Washington, Virginia—where the Inn is located—currently has no Covid-19 cases that he knows of. Despite the fact that many guests are coming from the DC area, he hopes to keep it that way. His staff is conducting deep cleanings involving infrared light. And he has created custom-made masks bearing Marilyn Monroe smiles and George Washington chins.

“I think it would do people a world of good to reduce their anxiety level when they come out to a place which is still unaffected, because if you watch your television, you think that there isn’t such a place under a bubble,” says O’Connell. A friend told him: “Patrick, after all these years, your location finally paid off.”

Eater says that the tasting menu will cost you $248 each without wine pairings.

Hey, if it makes the restaurant and staff money, I say why not? But even if I lived anywhere near there, I’d pass because eating with a bunch of empty and soulless plastic people who can’t move their faces would be too much like eating with the Kardashians (no offense to those mannequins). Besides, I really don’t need a mannequin to judge me when my card gets declined for a $248+ meal.

Pic: Twitter


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