Remember Marilyn Hagerty, the delightful restaurant critic from Grand Forks whose review of a local Olive Garden went viral? She's back with a review of Ruby Tuesday, and I'm in love: was a very adequate meal.

And that is what draws me to Ruby Tuesday... It is a good place for a casual luncheon. It is an inviting ambiance for dinner.

There is a staff of 75 full- and part-time workers. The servers wear black, and those I have met are well-trained and courteous. There is a lot to like and a little to criticize at Ruby Tuesday.

Hagerty's writing is so sweet and so simple that I can't bring myself to mock it. Is "folk reviewing" considered a thing yet? Because if it is, I'm willing to proclaim Hagerty a master of the genre, along with this guy: