Everyone with some semblance of class (and a little taste for drama) loves the Kennedys. Once the literal first family of society, JFK and Jackie led a life worth emulating. Boat rides in Cape Cod, family time, and football. The all-American dream.
We'll always fangirl over their dynastic brood, but this? This is too much.
According to Town & Country, there's a semi-private nightclub in West Palm Beach paying some over-the-top homage to the Kennedys and while it touts itself as upscale (with membership options reaching up to $1,200 a year), we can't help but think it's a little too Planet Hollywood, President Edition. It's called Camelot for god's sake.
Sure, the Kennedy compound in Palm Beach was way chicer than anything relating to Mar-a-Lago, and sure, they were certainly known for their love of the sun, sand, and sea, but how many themed references can one spot cram into a space?
Photographs line the wall, the DJ booth is shaped like a motor boat, and the VIP area is designed after one of the family fishing boats. The raw bar serves New England seafood, which we suppose we can't complain about, but still. Rumor has it that the Kennedys used to visit the location back when it was a burlesque club in the 1950s and '60s, but we're sure they'd find it a little too gimmicky today.
[Photos via Camelot]