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“I stopped at Chick-fil-A. Yeah, controversial, I know. When I’m traveling, I crave things I don’t normally eat.”
“I’ve never really been into salads. I grew up on fast food, but I’m 36 now, and it doesn’t make me feel so good anymore.”
“You’re talking to an ex-meth head, so I need something to really jolt me awake.”
“I came home and fell into the deepest, darkest carb hole, slept, and woke up in a pool of drool. I crashed so hard.”
“Now that I think about it, I had pies three days this week! I really do have a problem with pie.”
“It was a pretty awesome night until my friend’s cooler fell on me and I was soaked to the bone…I looked like I needed Depends.”
“I thought I’d kill the guys at the studio with my garlic breath!”
Despite the stigma, there are considerable benefits to be had when heading out to a restaurant alone.
Umami pastrami: Where do you weigh in?
Get your drink on, hippie
Lots of amore for LA’s pizza scene
Bad moos for raw foodists.
A procrastinator’s cheat sheet for Sunday
Art and wine make a fine pair
It’s time to start thinking of specialty coffee shops less like caffeine refueling stations and more like high-end bars.
You don’t have to be a big-tipping regular, a chef, or a celebrity to get star service. But you do have to know how to play the game.
Despite what you may have been told, most sommeliers are fine with diners employing a try-before-they-buy method when ordering wine.
It should be easy for adults to split a simple dinner bill, but it never is. Grub Street weighs in with the final word.