According to the great minds of Twitter,* KFC seems to be it. *We're not entirely sure where those great minds are on Twitter, so just some opinionated observers instead.
It's a restaurant already familiar with Halloween trickery; last year, Chicago's Real Kitchen restaurant dressed up as Alinea. (Touche, friends.) Back for a second go-round, Real Kitchen decided to spoof once again and dressed up as "that trendy restaurant that just opened."
Hint: it's in the thousands upon thousands range. In just 10 minutes.
For real -- Fireball's your drink of choice? Read ahead.
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