The Best Steak House boast its atmospheric tradition of being a historic casual cafeteria serving selections found in many of today’s contemporary restaurants. The menu includes steak combination plates, chicken combination plates, grilled pork chops, shrimp, fish, fried and grilled mushrooms, a vast selection of sandwiches and desserts. The cafeteria continues to hold their enthusiastic loyal customer bases credited to the meals prepared are delicious. The positive energy of the people amongst you enjoying their meals and sharing stories of how long they have enjoyed dining there is also becoming. Loosen your tie to take part in the memory of a classic casual dining atmosphere that includes; the long line, the yell of the cook “Next”, along with the laughter of customers, enjoying the confusion of who is next will encourage you to return and introduce a group of friends to this experience. Most importantly to me, “the steak is worth the wait.”
I chose to summarize the topics of the review in the conclusion. I selected this method to leave the audience with a clear view of my dining experience. In addition, it gives an overall brief description for those who choose and prefer not to read it in its entirety but are interested in what I thought about The Best Steak House.
My last meal would consist of full bright red strawberries, bananas, and a serving of freshly churned creamy vanilla ice cream. The sweet and tart taste of full juicy, bright red strawberry is enjoying to me. I would enjoy a banana that is not completely or over ripened but, still holds the green color of the plant, along with the yellow glow of sunshine wrapped around the freshness of the berry’s smell. The smooth cold vanilla ice cream would complete my meal by satisfying the need for wholesomeness.
The main purpose I would choose this meal is to satisfy my need to see fresh foods grown from the earth, and to envision walking by a home owners small garden patch, or riding as a passer-by viewing from a distance a large farm. The ice cream would satisfy the memories of childhood when going to Crown Candy for ice cream was the most exciting treat in the world for me. I would enjoy arranging the items as a decorative dessert served in a elegant restaurant and then offer it to the one who served it to me.
When time is an issue and the convenience of the perfect location for a quick stop to explore a grocery store chain outside of your realm, yet the exact chain you regularly visit presents itself; you expect to find the same excellent quality of produce and meat at the equivalent price. You also expect an equal selection of products as within the store you usually frequent, along with sale offers as advertised in the chains weekly mailings, I have jokingly labeled, “It’s on Sale!”. The popular phrase Tomato, Tomate does not apply if referring to Schnucks at The Lindell Market in St. Louis’ Central West End and Schnucks Culinaria located in Downtown St. Louis. The irony presented is both stores are located in economically, well populated diverse areas within the city of St. Louis.
Grocery chains located within these areas target the same consumers with diverse incomes and offer services catering to this market. Based on the following list of comparative information to follow; you will find yourself making note of the obviously missed differences the next time you enter each of these stores.
Preparation began the first week of April. Creating a Facebook Event page, getting family and close friend’s profile names, email addresses and telephone numbers sounds easy I know, yet it turned out to be the most difficult part of the outing we were planning, not to mention making sure we selected a date that was perfect for our out of town family and guest planning to visit. Well, even that became a problem based on communication was practically and almost impossible at this stage of planning.