Justin Bieber serenaded fans with his sweet vocals at a Hooters at the West Edmonton Mall in Canada on Saturday (September 18), just before his show at the Rexall Place. While there, he got into the finer points of the flavor of the fried pickles (a conversation we're sure Snooki would be proud of). Considering that the Biebs is still on the road for his first big headlining tour, it got us thinking about other chain restaurant stops he can make along the way.
First, Bieber might want to catch a hockey game (he is Canadian and training camp just opened) and a portabello mushroom sandwich at the ESPN Zone at L.A. Live in Los Angeles. It's located right near the Nokia Theater and the Staples Center, so he can very easily warm up his vocals before one of his shows at the manliest restaurant ever invented.
But what if he needs to kill some time and sing to some fans in New York City? He can always make a stop at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. in the heart of Times Square (which also happens to be very close to the MTV News headquarters). What might he order the in between sets? The Hubba Bubba Popcorn Shrimp, obviously.
Lucky for him, there's a Cheesecake Factory in Boston at the Prudential Center. Aside from delicious cheesecake, which is really the most advised food to eat before any show (dairy is great for the vocals), he might want to try the Cajun Chicken Littles. They sound perfectly sized for the pop star.
If the Biebs loves wings, finds himself in Tampa and thinks Hooters is just a little too upscale, he might want to pull up a seat at Ker's WingHouse. We suggest he douse his wings in the "Exxtreme" sauce. It's award-winning!
And because we wouldn't want to leave anywhere out of this, Justin should just have an open reservation at any Chili's anywhere in the country (though probably not the terrible ones in airports) so he can order up their signature baby back ribs in song form. He might want to try this tune out: "I want my baby back, baby back, baby back. Chili's Baby Back Ribs! (Barbecue sauce!)"