When you don’t want fast food but also don’t want to pay $35 for an entree, it might be time to head to a chain restaurant. The prices of everything these days have gone up to utterly comical levels. While looking to find a nice dinner at a spot in Manhattan, I found one place that looked stunning. Then, I took a peek at their menu to find that the cheapest item was an $18 appetizer of potato chips. Just let that sink in: nearly $20 for potato chips, as the cheapest menu item. I weep for the future of humanity.
You know what, though? You don’t have to pay a crazy amount to get you and your family a really fantastic dinner. There are tons of local and family-owned spots that charge reasonable amounts for a meal you’ll dream about for weeks afterwards. There are also chain restaurants, which usually have pretty good food and pretty good service. It’s reliable, fast, and easy… most of the time.
This woman and her husband didn’t get the service they were looking for while dining at a chain restaurant. The couple just wanted a nice meal, but it seems like there were communication issues at every turn. Commenters seemed confused by the story, but one commenter understood the OP and let her have a chance to explain further, which is included towards the end of this article. Check out the entire story below, then read about one airline passenger who just thought he could sit wherever he wanted to on a plane, which was news to the dude who bought a ticket for that specific seat.