VH1 Celeb Rehab Producer To Sign First Ever Controversial “Breastaurant” Television Reality Show From Long Island
(New York) – A Long Island based Breastaurant chain, Canz a Citi Roadhouse, the brainchild of a former pitcher in the Detroit Tigers organization, Tim Lorito and his partners have been offered a contract with the producers of VH1’s Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew and Sober House and CMT’s Jacked Up to create the first-ever Breastaurant reality show.
The hugely popular restaurants were recently reported to have hired an influx of 25 waitresses from area rival Hooters. The production will be a partnership between Los Angeles based Irwin Entertainment and the Long Island restaurant group. Shooting could begin as early as fall 2011.
The show aims to give viewers a behind-the-scenes view into the inner workings of the successful Breastaraunt by following the sometimes complicated lives and always entertaining times of the management and staff.
Started less than three years ago, thus far, the Canz concept has been extraordinarily successful. Two locations in the Long Island suburbs of Westbury and Patchogue have seen tremendous response. The Patchogue outpost debuted earlier this summer and has already amassed a huge following. The restaurant’s New York City branch is in Astoria, one of the trendiest neighborhoods in the five boroughs. The formula for its success is simple: great comfort food at great prices; lively environment for dining and watching sporting events; a huge assortment of domestic and hard to find, imported canned beers; and the most attractive and attentive staff anywhere.
In addition to spawning more CANZ locations throughout the New York area, the chain plans to offer franchising opportunities for eventual national expansion.