Kardashian, Armstrong and More: Five Celebrities We Want to See Open a Miami Restaurant

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3. Kim Kardashian
We know. Kim Kardashian was an easy out. (BAHA, get it??) In a few days, Kim Kardashian and her older sister Kourtney will premier the third season of their show Kourtney and Kim Take Miami. This is all fine and dandy until the girls, who've done nothing for society expect make fools of themselves and gotten rich doing it, are presented with THE KEYS TO NORTH MIAMI BEACH. Naturally, this got us thinking they should open a restaurant in NMB called "Dashing." A perfectly portioned, flavorless array of salads and sandwiches and iced coffee and Pirate's Booty. All to-go, of course, because everyone knows we can only handle the Kardashians in small doses.

Charlie Sheen.
2. Charlie Sheen
Did you know Charlie Sheen's real name is Carlos Irwin Estevez? Yea, he doesn't seem so bad ass when you look at him that way. But his family is from Galicia, which is an area in northwest Spain. That area has awesome food, but knowing the Sheenster, his restaurant will likely be a hot-mess-in-a-dress of a place that's constantly being cited for coding issues and back-of-the-house drug use. Did you know he's going to be a grandfather? Did you know he has a 28 year-old daughter? We hope he names his restaurant Abuelo's. It's the closest thing to normalcy he will ever see.

Lindsay Lohan.
1. Lindsay Lohan
Sometimes Lindsay Lohan is awesome. But most of the time, she's not. Lindsay would more than likely open up a bar with light bites, as opposed to a traditional sit-down restaurant. We totally see her cocktail menu peppered with the words "crack" and "hot mess" and "jail bird." We totally get it, she's had a rough few years lifetime, but sometimes those with hard knock lives are the ones the make the greatest spaces for drinking away our sorrows.

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