GNR Nomination Period is Open
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Cathy2 wrote:Pre the events in September, 2001, especially when my nieces were small, we would make a good afternoon excursion just visiting O'hare. We'd ride the train, walk the concourses, eat lunch, go to church and maybe tour an airplane. I wonder when everything is resolved someday, will those opportunities return.
dicksond wrote:On the other hand, I do not think serving lousy food in an airport is a violation of the public trust deserving of execution. In fact, it is pretty much what is expected, if not required. The error, sadly, was yours - you expected something different.
GAF wrote:Restuarants - like all of us - have life cycles. I ate at Spago's in LA in the early 1980s, and it was superb. (Perhaps it still is). However, once the chef is out of the kitchen and is busy becoming a brand, anything goes. That level of quality is hard to maintain if the chef is off doing other things. Granted there are some restaurants that remain "Good," once they have been cloned, but not many. I personally am glad that Charlie T. has not opened another outlet, especially not one at O'Hare.