When I meet my friends for lunch, we’ll usually text or email and say, “Wanna go to lunch tomorrow? Where?”
I usually choose places where it’s easy to park, The others of course, choose based on the food, which seems like the normal thing to do.
I guess I really don’t care what we eat, I just don’t want to drive around the block five times looking for parking, so for me, it’s all about the parking. We don’t have restaurant ratings in Miami, but if we did, it would be all about the A-rating, too.
There’s a place in New York City that always looks good, a Chinese restaurant in Midtown East, I think around 50th and 2nd, I think. They are the only place I have ever seen with a C-rating. Then from that they went to an “Under Review” rating and now they are a B. What’s so hard about getting to an A?