Role playing "otaku" cafe's are all the rage in Japan, and now America is set to have its first Maid Cafe with the Royal /T Cafe, which opens on 14 April in Culver City, Los Angeles.
Waitresses are dressed as maids who address you as "master" or "Lord"; bow down and kneel to stir your cream and sugar; giving nerdy customers the chance to live their fantasy.
For about a $75 fee, you can "book" a waiteress and chat with her in a private room filled with comic books and action figures.
The Royal /T will also feature a shop and art gallery to appeal to the artsy crowd as well.
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