Thursday, June 2, 2011

Holy Ravioli Fazoli!!!

What The Fettuccini, Fazoli’s?
You change things more than a clever metaphor about something that changes a bunch.
Every time I go in there, your menu is different.
It took me forever to order when I KNEW what I wanted.
Now I just say, “I’ll have whatever Italian thing you’re advertising this week”.
I figure there’s a 50/50 shot it will be some combination of noodly-type things with red sauce, or something with fettuccini and a garlic somethingorother.
However, this last time you didn’t stop at the menu.
Oh no. This time, you changed EVERTHING!
No more little flashy-buzzy thingy to let you know your order is ready.
 Now, you have numbers on poles, which go on the table, so a server can find you when they bring your order out.
What are you doing, trying to be a real restaurant?
I would rather the servers be on poles. Or on tables.
Oh, but there’s more!
No more plastic plates and plastic silverware.
Now, you’re supposedly going green and have real china plates and metal silverware.
Did the Democrats buy the joint?
I miss the little mural of the tomato guy!

Just because they say “change is good”, does NOT mean they’re implying “a lot of change is better”.
It’s like I don’t even know you anymore.


Mrs. Pickle said...

I just ate at that place yesterday. I love their bread sticks! I swear they sprinkle crack on them. They still have the buzzer things at the one near me. I like to put it in between my legs so I can be notified by orgasm when my food is ready.

Busted Kate said...

I swear, I have the same problem at the Bunny Ranch. Change the girls, change the menu... every week it seems! I like some consistency. WTF?

Mrs. Pickle said...

I would love to interview those whores at The Bunny Ranch!

Coffeypot said...

We don't have that problem at the Waffle House. As for the Bunny Ranch, swapping out the girls seems like a good thing. Or they would be worn out and stick in her would be like a clapper in a bell. In that case, change is good.

Anonymous said...

I think all of our Fazoli's closed down.

Pat said...

Uh-oh. Time to change to Olive Garden.

Momma Fargo said...

No Fazoli Changoli here. Just good old fashioned home cooked one German lady...oh..and Olive Garden and two family owned Italian restaurants. Family restaurants never change.


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