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  • #16
    went and had the 40 oz last year... mine was too charred for me and I got it medium, they claimed it was from the new rub they tried.. I had no issues finishing the meal. I did have heart burn from the char/rub, so I'm going to check and see if they are going to make a change..

    Nothing better then a Good chunk of meat with beer and friends.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Sofaking View Post

      Story, went to like a Dennys or something with a friend and my dad when we were about 10. So my friend and me are eating burgers and my dad had ordered a steak sandwich. My dad wouldn't say poop if his mouth was full of it but I could tell he was getting mad trying to eat this steak. So the waitress comes up and says "how is everything?" Dad says "I couldn't cut this f**** steak with an axe" I spit a mouthful of food out.
      I love your dad and feel sorry for the waitress - as if she had cooked the steak herself! Did they offer any compensation?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Poppy View Post
        Certainly cheaper than buying a roast, which is what that is.
        We eat at Brewhouse in Harbour Landing regularly and enjoy it.
        OMG. I can`t imagine what a 40 ounce steak looks like. Must be obscene. What is the most graceful way of asking for a doggie (not that the dog will ever get it).

        Or do you just whisk it into the tupperware you providentially brought.

        I automatically take a tupperware when I eat out because i can seldom finish it all. I am a good tipper, but they don`t know that, so I have an unsubstantiated fear that someone in the kitchen will spit in my food. One look and they think old broad demands a lot and doesn`t tip. Lousy service.

        Fact is that i demand nothing and tip pretty well, but they don`t know that at the time. so the tupperware is my shield.
        Last edited by Sprout; 02-10-2019, 05:51 AM.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Sofaking View Post

          Story, went to like a Dennys or something with a friend and my dad when we were about 10. So my friend and me are eating burgers and my dad had ordered a steak sandwich. My dad wouldn't say poop if his mouth was full of it but I could tell he was getting mad trying to eat this steak. So the waitress comes up and says "how is everything?" Dad says "I couldn't cut this f**** steak with an axe" I spit a mouthful of food out.
          In my experience many restaurants bring takeaway containers to the table if you ask to get the leftovers to go. Regardless I don't think anyone should feel bad, or any restaurant would be offended, if you ask for the leftovers to go.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Suzieq View Post

            In my experience many restaurants bring takeaway containers to the table if you ask to get the leftovers to go. Regardless I don't think anyone should feel bad, or any restaurant would be offended, if you ask for the leftovers to go.
            They might get offended though if you happen to bring your own cheese slice,...

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Green in Queen City View Post

              They might get offended though if you happen to bring your own cheese slice,...
              I don't know if SuzieQ would have seen that example of Sproutism.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Green in Queen City View Post

                They might get offended though if you happen to bring your own cheese slice,...
                Or cut the cheese,?

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by The_G View Post

                  Or cut the cheese,?
                  Who cut the cheese ????

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                  • #24
                    I've never heard of a standard restaurant not offering a leftover takeout container. No one needs freakin' tupperware. Does Sprout do that at buffets? Just curious.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by pappcam View Post
                      I've never heard of a standard restaurant not offering a leftover takeout container. No one needs freakin' tupperware. Does Sprout do that at buffets? Just curious.
                      just a big purse with tupperware containers....humboldt kfc buffet some used to rinse the drink cups and stuff em with chicken, lid it and stuff the straw in

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by pappcam View Post
                        I've never heard of a standard restaurant not offering a leftover takeout container. No one needs freakin' tupperware. Does Sprout do that at buffets? Just curious.
                        Well, I would never do that at a buffet.

                        The last time I ate out, they took forever bringing the container, so it was faster to bring my own, pay and leave. Besides, I knew what was going into it.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Green in Queen City View Post

                          They might get offended though if you happen to bring your own cheese slice,...
                          Oh my. This will probably live forever in riderfans lore. Just to repeat, I didn't actually do that, although i thought about it, lol.

                          Totally tacky in a restaurant, though. Usually older women get indifferent service because the perception is that we are cheap. I tip 20% and don't ask for anything over and beyond the menu. If you can't afford the tip, you can't afford to go out.

                          So if I discreetly bring my own tupperware, which seals better, who's hurt. I am saving the server some steps to and from the kitchen.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Sprout View Post

                            Oh my. This will probably live forever in riderfans lore. Just to repeat, I didn't actually do that, although i thought about it, lol.

                            Totally tacky in a restaurant, though. Usually older women get indifferent service because the perception is that we are cheap. I tip 20% and don't ask for anything over and beyond the menu. If you can't afford the tip, you can't afford to go out.

                            So if I discreetly bring my own tupperware, which seals better, who's hurt. I am saving the server some steps to and from the kitchen.
                            and the environment

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Sprout View Post

                              Oh my. This will probably live forever in riderfans lore. Just to repeat, I didn't actually do that, although i thought about it, lol.

                              Totally tacky in a restaurant, though. Usually older women get indifferent service because the perception is that we are cheap. I tip 20% and don't ask for anything over and beyond the menu. If you can't afford the tip, you can't afford to go out.

                              So if I discreetly bring my own tupperware, which seals better, who's hurt. I am saving the server some steps to and from the kitchen.
                              So you're saying that you actually have Tupperware lids

                              Even more folklore

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Sprout View Post

                                Oh my. This will probably live forever in riderfans lore. Just to repeat, I didn't actually do that, although i thought about it, lol.

                                Totally tacky in a restaurant, though. Usually older women get indifferent service because the perception is that we are cheap. I tip 20% and don't ask for anything over and beyond the menu. If you can't afford the tip, you can't afford to go out.

                                So if I discreetly bring my own tupperware, which seals better, who's hurt. I am saving the server some steps to and from the kitchen.
                                Please do tell about those wild and crazy tupperware parties...

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