Compare And Contrast Essay On Life Is Like A Restaurant

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“Life is like a restaurant: you walk in, hopefully find good food and good company, and walk back out.” says Taylor Ryan, which couldn’t be more true. Oftentimes, fine dining can turn out to be a positive experience, but sometimes it can be the exact opposite. I’m a student at West Chester University and I don’t usually go out for fine dining, but when I do I still have high expectations. I always hope to have a great time, in a great environment, while enjoying a delicious meal. This would make my outing well worth it. Therefore, I had to decide on the perfect restaurant to go to. While both Landmark and Barnaby’s make great restaurants, there are several factors to consider when choosing between the two.
There are several aspects to take into consideration when deciding whether to be a returning customer at a restaurant or not. Some of the criterion to consider when choosing a restaurant to go to is the distance. Distance is a a very important factor because most college students that live on campus don’t have a car or reliable means of transportation. Therefore, being able to walk should always be an option. It’s also important to consider the service and the atmosphere. The most enjoyable part about
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I visited Barnaby’s on a weeknight and it was so crowded that I felt cramped. The music and TV’s were ridiculously loud, so I had to speak louder than usual. However, the staff were very friendly, but because it’s always very crowded the wait period was long. The prices were reasonable, just about the same as Landmark. The price range was between $11-$30. Compared to the wings at Landmark, the wings at Barnaby’s weren’t very appealing to taste. The hosts and servers were friendly, however, because it was so busy they weren’t timely and they were impatient. The atmosphere was rowdy, and
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