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What a great concept! I am with the previous commentator, I want in!
I especially enjoyed the comment about the teenager asking 2? Shown to your table and order taken. Bloodless. Where´s the passion, the attention to detail?
If the menu doesn´t change in 3 months, you know the food came from a food service truck. And if it stays the same for years, then you don´t have a restaurant, you have a deli, a fast food mentality. I have eaten at every restaurant in downtown Spokane, (I live there), and find for the most part that servers, chefs are immune to what the customer wants. One says they are upset if people leave food on the plate. Maybe that person ought to rethink portions, think about what the customer wants. If one can´t cut a bacon burger with the knife offered, they shouldn´t be greated with a blank stare when it is pointed out.
Chefs in this town don´t have to cook for the lowest denominator, and I don´t think it has to cost a lot, either. Can´t thoughtful, well prepared, imaginative meals be done at a reasonable price? And can´t we all enjoy what these 3 chefs are offering?
I got a little off topic here, but the whole idea of eating out and not getting what one wants or pays for has been a sore spot for years.
Kudos to Hegstad, Blaine, and Hansen, may all the chefs take note.
I admire you for doing this. Maybe we CAN get along.
Almost daily I get jokes?, derisive commentary from family members who think I am nuts for my beliefs. I ask for facts and I get "He did it first!" . Not reason, but ridicule. And what is happening nationally? Same or worse.
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