BAN DINNER DATES.
BAN DINNER DATES.
Dollar, dollar, bills, y’all.
« Bonjour, je suis là pour m’occuper de votre table que je le veuille ou non. »
Which will you be? Illustrations by Shitty Watercolour.
Nathan Pyle’s NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette gives you the only guide you’ll need to verbose menus and mysteriously unmarked condiments.
You know, in case you were wondering.
On the eighth day God created the Mammoth Muffin. And all the Lord’s people said AMEN.
Staples managers are now forbidden to schedule part-time associates for more than 25 hours a week, according to a Dec. 6 memo. A petition against the move is circulating saying the decision is based on the Affordable Care Act.
“It’s important to spread the word a little bit about what people like us do on a daily basis that goes largely unseen unless you work in the industry yourself.”
Taco Bell has never seemed so meh.
I’d rather not eat my dinner out of a toilet-bowl, thank you. Also, fries are supposed to be bad for you; can’t we just leave them alone?
Hope you’re hungry!
One of America’s greatest culinary talents, Charlie Trotter, was found dead today in his Chicago home at age 54.
Four Zagat stars for BEING THE BOMB DIGGITY.
A classic example of a moment where someone spends more time trying to cheat on the test instead of studying.
No, seriously guys, the pee goes INSIDE the toilet.
Having trouble pronouncing the names of all the foods you want to eat? Let this half-naked hunk of flawless manhood help you.
One prime rib to rule them all.
A cupcake-only bakery is one thing. But a rice pudding shop is a new level of crazy.
Naturally, everyone in Houston is pretty damn happy. Well, almost everyone.
High-frequency trading comes to the restaurant world.
I hope you brought your appetite.
The hostess asks if you’d like a table outside. It’s a beautiful evening — why not? REASONS.
London’s restaurant culture has disappeared up its own arse. @FoodPit is the funny antidote.
Everybody should work at least a month in a restaurant before they’re allowed to eat in one.
It’s all fun and games until it’s time to work in a real restaurant and they’re paying you, not the other way around.
Honestly, I’d rather eat alone.
The young man was unemployed and walking to a completely different job interview! WARNING: Incredibly heartwarming story inside.
Throw an extra buck or two in next time you tip. They earned it.
And you thought you were done with your meal.