For me fried fish is a rare indulgence. But nothing frozen contains any flaky fish flesh. Instead it is like dissolved fish inside a batter. Now if I plunk down 10-15 dollars at LJS will I get real fish or more junk?
they don't have time to clean the seats very often if ever at all.
My guess is decent theaters may steam clean them once a year if we're lucky.
But if you're expecting them to be cleaned every night like they steam clean the streets at Disneyland, that's definitely not happening
I’m looking into getting a second job which is part time. Looking into the serving industry and wondering which restaurants get tipped better than average. Any recommendations?
Are you familiar with The Original Detroit Style Pizza?
Why is there Chicago style, New York Style, California style, and yet the place that has the most influence on Pizza thru chains like Little Caesars, Domino's, Hungry Howie's, Marco's, And Buddy's (the original deep dish-Not like Uno which is ...
To me there is no better on earth.
True, but the US has better beer these days.
Denny's is nothing special, but IHOP food is actually revolting. Go to the Original Pancake House (or any independent diner).
To each his/her own. I'm one of those "picky" people who prefer to have a seat facing the door. Perhaps it's from years of being a teacher and wanting to make sure I know who's coming into the room.
Does it bother you? If it does, it shouldn't. I'm sure you have at least one...
I'd call it The Barnyard. Customers would be served food in long, square wooden bowls. What do you think?
Probably depends on the restaurants to give you an exact price. But average would probably be close to $22 dollars. Some cheap restaurants will charge around $15. And the more finer/nicer restaurants will charge closer to $30