I have one significant flaw as a server. Well there is more than one, but one that is the standout among the flaws. I have no ability to hide an emotion
This post started out as a light hearted attempt to walk down memory lane by posting classic commercials from Pabst. The resurgence of the Pabst Blue Rib
Restaurants need to keep in the mind the decision set that takes place prior to a customer walking in their front door.
I’ve been thinking about this for a while, but wasn’t sure how to write it in a way that didn’t make me look like a penny-pinching tightwad. Anyway, here we go. I pride myself in being a good tippe…
So you’re looking forward to a meal out with your friends this weekend. You’ve saved a bit of money, bought a new outfit and you’re ready to have a lovely evening out. What could go wrong? Unfortunately you could fall victim to an annoying waiter! Here are some of the most irritating things that a […]
In the first part of this series, I want to address the most basic standard of comparison on restaurant prices: food. Countless times I have heard and overh
Dinners From Hell is a fun food blog with true stories about restaurant dining disasters written by diners, servers and chefs.
HOUSTON (KTRK) — A Houston institution is celebrating its 30th anniversary, and one employee there is celebrating 30 years as well.