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19 Restaurants Who Went Way, Way Too Far

WTF.

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1. This restaurant who decided to be very, very fancy with how they presented their bacon.

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2. This restaurant who served up dessert on a tree.

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3. And this restaurant who decided to create this literal broccoli tree.

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4. This restaurant who made a whole freakin' presentation for onion rings.

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5. And this restaurant who made serving a burrito extra fancy by placing it in a magic lamp.

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6. This restaurant invested in mini shopping carts to present appetizers to people.

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7. And this restaurant who went through the effort of putting your sauce in a syringe so you can be the one to inject it.

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8. And this restaurant who also deconstructed this donut so you can fill it to your heart's desire with cream.

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9. This restaurant who placed this cocktail in a cage for some reason.

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10. And this restaurant who made damn sure everything would fit on top of this one tiny glass.

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11. This restaurant who presented a single strawberry in this ornate bird leg.

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12. And this restaurant who decided to channel some Lady Gaga vibes.

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13. This restaurant who thought this would be a unique way to serve a salad.

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14. And this restaurant who took charcuterie to the next level.

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15. This restaurant who found a cozy little seat to serve dessert on.

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16. And this restaurant who presented some appetizers on tree stumps for the ~aesthetic~.

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17. This restaurant who got woodsy with their dessert and served it on sticks.

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18. This restaurant who thought hanging chips like laundry would be a fine idea.

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19. And finally, this restaurant who believed the best way to enjoy spaghetti was to make it levitate on a stick.

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H/t r/WeWantPlates and r/StupidFood

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