I was not impressed with the greasy breakfast and rude service. That waitress with the big tits was so rude and off-putting. We asked her what she recommends off of their menu and said "I don't give recommendations." Well I recommend a better attitude, better food and downside the implant size of your monstrous boobs. I'm glad this crappy joint is leaving!
I haven't been this underwhelmed by a new restaurant since El Super Overpriced Pan debuted.
The only thing getting me to ClusterFuckhead is Umi.
You missed the donut listed in the top 1,000 things to eat before you die! The orange dream star at Sublime!! My gf is a chef and that was her favorite donut in the world before a gluten allergy won out. Some of them you did hit correctly....
Where is Dough in the Box? This list is weak without that location.
Boo! My family and I used to eat Sunday brunch there. I remember when it opened.
Omg, glad to find this thread. I was a waiter for 12 years and have not waited tables since 1989!
The last week I have had two very detailed in the weeds dreams. Like other people said I could draw the layout and what was happening. These dreams are draining and when I wake up I am left with that horrible feeling when you cannot get the task you needed accomplished.
You should try a glazed donut from the original Sarah donuts (Sara donuts) on Satallite in Suwanee. If you think a glazed donut is good at Norcross, you will be blown away with the original glaze there.
One doughnut from each shop is definitely a weird way to do this Smackdown. It made some sense when you were looking at pizzas, but I'm not sure this format makes much sense for something as cheap and easily shared as donuts.
This is an affront to the esteemed field of doughnut science, and it will not go unchallenged. Be forewarned, I will be submitting a scathing editorial to Circular & Fried: The Journal of the Southeastern American Doughnut Society.
"vegan goodness" -- oxymoron of the day.
Doughnuts are the new cupcakes are the new popcorn are the new popsicles.
I agree with both posters - they're frickin donuts! And as far as the low score for Revolution, tell that to the donut-junkie throngs that line up each morning to get a taste...maybe there's something else in them donuts, eh? Nope, just vegan goodness !
Great post, but you forgot Dutch Monkey!
I give you an Incomplete on this assignment. Where is Dutch Monkey donuts?
You guys have some major sticks up your butt. They're donuts. You're reviewing donuts. These aren't 5 star restaurants...
How can you do this to me first thing in the morning?!!! That sunflower looks bangin'!
I like the "idea" of asking for the best seller or the most popular, but that doesn't always work. I can think of 10 better donuts at Revolution that are better than their sliders. I'm sure that can be said for most of the donuts shops number 2-12. That being said, i'm really just jealous of the research you did!
The "meal" in the photo is a steal at $64.50.
Things are really sizzling down at the Cock 'n' Balls!
The "Cokentrice" just rolls off the tongue.
It's not just about the welfare of the animal prior to it's demise - but about the healthfulness of the environment it's been raised in. Feedlots and chicken houses are often woefully overcrowded, which can lead to a multitude of health issues. Due to these health conditions, antibiotics are often heavily administered (in fact most feeds automatically include them, how handy) - but that's a whole other issue. I worked in the food industry and soundly believe that commercially raised animals are not nearly as healthy as animals raised in less crowded environments and I will no longer purchase meat that was commercially raised. I've known people that raised chicken for a living, and would not eat their commercial chickens. It does take more commitment and money, but the options are there if someone is inclined to find them.
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