Sit back, throw on that old scratchy varsity letterman’s sweater, and enjoy these fully subjective rankings of the best college towns for food and drink in America.
They say dogs are a man’s best friend, and what’s the point of having a best friend if you can’t buy them a beer every once in a while? While it might seem gluttonous to feed a NY strip to a schnauzer or give a bulldog a brew, restaurants across the country are indulging dog owners’ willingness to pamper their pups by offering specialty canine-only menus. Here are 10 such restaurants.
Gif credit: Etallion Girl, Tumblr What sort of demands did we make in restaurants before the advent of electronic devices? None of these are so outrageous, but in this brave new world, it’s increasingly common to see a panicky-looking person waving a cellphone in the general direction of a bartender, waiter, or manager: It’s become de rigeur to ask the barkeep to plug in one’s phone. Brendan McGill of Washington restaurant Hitchcock is the latest to pose the question, Eater reports, on his Facebook page: “People waving their dead iPhones at bartenders is becoming epidemic. A service you might provide to a friend or regular has become an expectation - busy service staff who already have plenty to worry about are also expected to juggle a full bar’s dead phones.” McGill goes on to ask whether he should institute a $5 menu surcharge for charging phones, or have waiters bring charging packs around the tables on a silver platter, or perhaps refuse to charge phones at all.