|A waitress works at the Texas restaurant Bikinis in this photo from the restaurant's Facebook page. The owner of Bikinis has purchased a Texas ghost town and renamed it Bikinis. (Facebook photo)
Welcome to Bikinis, Texas.
Population: Several bikini-clad waitresses and a man with a dream to create America's only sports "breastaurant."
Doug Guller, the owner of a Texas restaurant chain called Bikinis, has bought a ghost town in his home state.
Guller said there will be regular events in the town, the Statesman newspaper reports.
"Bikinis, Texas, will be a world-class destination, and I am thrilled to expand the Bikinis brand to include town ownership," Guller said Tuesday, the newspaper reported. "There can't be a better way to put Bikinis on the map, literally."
Guller bought the town of Bankersmith, which was up for sale on Craigslist.
The Texas State Historical Association said the town, which is located 150 km west of Austin, was established in 1913 and at its peak, had a store, dance hall, lumberyard and about 50 residents.
There are currently 11 Bikinis restaurants in Texas, including the original in Austin, and plans to open two out-of-state locations later this year. The restaurants are known for the waitresses who don bikinis while serving patrons.