Food Served on a Roller Coaster Is the Tastiest Way to Eat
The days of waiting for you server to come out with your food could be coming to a close.
A restaurant in the United Arab Emirates called Rogo's delivers food to hungry customers by a miniature roller coaster that zips the food out at speeds between three and 12 miles per hour, proving once again roller coasters actually have practical application.
Rogo's also lets patrons place their orders by various handheld devices, which is yet another reason waiters may soon become as much of a relic as the VCR.
Let's just hope this idea doesn't catch on in L.A. There are so many actors and actresses waiting tables that this technology could single-handedly ruin the city's economy.