... to which he replied "yes, but you aren't my type".
What more do you want?
Less is more, in both journalism and signage.
I was eating at "In the Bowl" (the old Coffee Messiah on Olive) last night where a similar thing was occurring. I kid you not, there was probably three dozen signs stating that they are now open for dinner on Tuesday. Several on the front windows and door, on the menu, various counter surfaces. This is a very small space for so many signs. It was way over the top.
That's worse than Remedy Teas.
Is that the one in the Sheraton? The one that Starwood laid everyone off in the old restaurants to have this dumb franchiser come in and take over?
Starwood combined the worst of Sheraton (Massachusetts bureaucracy) with the worst of Westin (Seattle Passive-aggressiveness)
Why they didn't vote to unionize is beyond me.
"In the Bowl" is out of control with signage. And their menu is like six pages long, but they essentially work from about 10 ingredients.
Also for In the Bowl--the signs are a photocopy of a handwritten sign. What gives? At least type up a sign in Word! And as for their menu--really hard to read when you use red ink on red paper, green ink on green paper and so forth. Okay, I'm done, their food's fine, check them out, they need your business.
are they open for mutual masturbation and ego-stroking? because i'm sure there was more of that than there was eating between the two of you.
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