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3 to be 4
05-10-2006, 11:37 PM
2 come to mind. Both in Boston.

1. Rileys Roast Beef, Allston $2.99 Chicken Dinner Night. the chicken was kind of green. the potatoes looked a little green too.

2. some hole in wall seafood place, also in Allston. Im dining on my lobster salad. This place made the most unbelievable lobster and crab salads ever. piles of real meat on top of a huge regular salad,tomatoes, cukes the works. anyways this old guy gets up from his table, goes to the center of the restaurant leans over and RRRRAAAAALLLPHHHHH
all...over..the place. people are getting up, running out of the place, not even paying.
im thinking to myself, "hey, the lobster is still good. im staying and enjoying the show"
the old guy heads in back toward the kitchen (in old buildings the bathrooms were thru the kitchen and downstairs, maybe Pittsburgh has some?) you hear everyone in the kitchen yelling NO NO NO. then the guy head back to his booth to get his hat RRRRAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLPPPPPPHHHHH all over the seat and the table.
im almost finished with my meal and after watching the busboy wipe down the guys seat (hes left finally), this couple walk in. I cudda been nice and warned them but.....they sit right at the booth. classic.
great salad.

tony hipchest
05-11-2006, 12:00 AM
i went to the local bar/restauraunt once and they were showing a cowboys/cardinals game.

puke!

Koopa
05-11-2006, 12:42 AM
well it was when we played the titans in the playoffs, i didn't enjoy my meal because we ****ing lost cause of stupidity

83-Steelers-43
05-11-2006, 06:52 AM
I went to a Ruby Tuesday's in Maryland once. Got a burger and chicken salad and ended up toilet and bed ridden for two straight days. That experience is one that I will never forget because it was the sickest two days of my life.

steelersgirl86
05-11-2006, 11:43 AM
It would have to be at Red Robin...there were like 8 of us out to dinner and we just got our food and this little brat behind us that would not listen to his parents and kept running around throw up right behind my chair...it was horrible...:dang:

clevestinks
05-11-2006, 01:02 PM
Crab House in Orlando, right outside Disney gates. Food was horrible

blackvelvet
05-12-2006, 10:09 AM
I don't think i've had a true worst dining experience yet. Maybe when my mom, my aunt, grandma, and I went to Savannah. I can't remember the name of the restraunt (i was only eight), but we had to of been there for at least an hour after we ordered and the food took a real long time to get to our table. It wasn't even that crowded! (i mean, c'mon, my family generally doesn't eat much, and anyway, how long does it take to make something from a kids' menu?) Plus, it was around 100 degrees and we were outside. I think the only good thing was we got these realy cool fans before getting a seat, guess that came in handy.

MasterOfPuppets
05-12-2006, 03:07 PM
anytime my ex attempted to make dinner.thank god it wasn't often.

shimmysteelerfan
05-12-2006, 03:26 PM
i went snowboarding at bryonhead in utah.....ate a buger at the lodge......lost it all....every15 min on the way back to vegas.....worst day ever.

3 to be 4
05-12-2006, 11:01 PM
It would have to be at Red Robin...there were like 8 of us out to dinner and we just got our food and this little brat behind us that would not listen to his parents and kept running around throw up right behind my chair...it was horrible...:dang:

you reminded me of a time we took my mother in law and then 1year old daughter to a nice dinner at Florentino's in Franklin,Mass. My daughter barfed up a whole bunch of spaghetti and cleared the restaurant.

MattsMe
05-13-2006, 12:40 AM
anytime my ex attempted to make dinner.thank god it wasn't often.

:sofunny: I had an ex-girlfriend who must have thought of me as a god, as she was always giving me burnt offerings. I think she used the smoke alarm as an oven timer.