What do you do with a house that’s practically unlivable after having its closets broken in a drunken rage, its bathrooms covered in puke and its floors saturated in hot tub fluids? You turn it into a restaurant.
The former set of "The Real World, Austin" will soon open as the Rio Grande Mexican restaurant, part of a chain of Colorado eateries . "The restaurant will still feature some of the props used during the popular MTV show, including a 17-foot Big Tex neon sign and a historic "Austin" sign from the Austin Theater."
Let’s hope they chucked everything else. Between the booze-fueled puking and the groupie drawer, eating within 50 feet of the house should violate some sort of health code.