Monday, January 6, 2014 2:53:43 AM
the only restaurants worthy of patronage are the ones that serve breakfast lunch and dinner at all hours. like, if I want pancakes at ten p.m., I get pancakes! If I want the crappy frozen steak at six a.m., with the potato salad and fries, I get it. oh yeah, and get the milkshake machine running. I know it is not difficult. I used to do it, back in the stone age. I used to work at a resto that prided itself on its crappy fried chicken. We closed at two a.m. So did the strip joint across the street. The half-wits that ran our joint, shut down and cleaned the fryers at sometime after one a.m.
Guess what the "last call" folks from across the street wanted, when they came boiling in at one a.m. something?
Monday, January 6, 2014 2:45:31 AM
no idea wtf. Fred Stoller. Thrill Seeker. That was what was supposed to come up. Never mind. What's coming up now is that crappy chili I had tonight. Never again will I eat at a place called "Happy Jose`s"--particularly since their slogan is: If the sun isn`t coming up, it must be Happy Jose`s!
But hey. I might go back. They gave me free chips and salsa, and a little low-rider Hot Wheel. (Which got pulled over by a Matchbox Imigra van.
Sunday, January 5, 2014 12:27:54 PM
I've actually run into this situation at airports. The few restaurants they have stop serving breakfast at 9 or 10 so if you want to eat something before a three hour flight you have to have really early lunch.