Thursday, March 17, 2011

Alice Cooper shows off his Big Unit

When he isn’t busy making records, touring or collecting awards, newest Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame member Alice Cooper spends his time in Phoenix, where he has his own restaurant, “Alice Cooperstown.”

One of the celebrated dishes on the menu is the “Big Unit.” Inspired by co-owner, baseball’s Randy Johnson (aka The Big Unit), Alice’s restaurant (HA!) made a signature dish out of a 22-inch, 3-pound hot dog.

Alice brought his “Big Unit” along for his appearance on “The Joy Behar Show" on Tuesday, and in the following video, explains some of the history surrounding the much-celebrated Alice Cooperstown dish.


Check out Alice Cooperstown’s website here.

On the show, Alice talked about the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame with Joy, as well as the famous/infamous 1969 Toronto chicken incident.


See also:

VIDEO: Alice Cooper at Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame induction
Alice Cooper: First photos from Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame induction
Alice Cooper: Old School Box Set due in June
Alice Cooper unveils Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame shirts
VIDEO: Alice Cooper Band rehearse for Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame