Just tried this restaurant for the first time. Great food, good prices, and exceptional customer service. We will definitely be repeat customers.
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As the subject of a sentence, it would be "Egg and I" (as in, "the Egg and I went to dinner); if an object or following a preposition, it would be "Egg and me" (respectively, "You took the Egg and me to dinner" and "Give dinner to the Egg and me"). As the name of a restaurant, presumably the subject mode would be preferable (as in "The Egg and I gave our name to this restaurant" or "The name of this restaurant is The Egg and I"). Okay, well, you asked!
Great food, but last time we went, it took over an hour to get our entree, by which time we were full and couldn't eat it. We very politely tried to tell the manager about the delay; his response was that we could just take the food home with us. Then he tried to blame our server, even though we indicated that the server had been great. After this wholly insufficient response to our unhappy customer experience, we will not be back anytime soon.
Tired of hearing pundits proclaim that OWS has no message. So here's a slogan: "Don't let us eat cake; let us have our daily bread!"
When I start to see the Republicans resisting instead of embracing and pandering to the worst extremists on the right-wing fringe, then I will be able to differentiate them from Norquist and libertarians. Until then, not-smartestman, not so much.
Ah, the delightful Republican vision of society: "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short," the state of needing to be armed for "the war of every man against every man." Gee, I had thought they wanted to return us to the 19th century; now I understand they want to return us to the pre-Enlightenment era. Wonderful--not!
Just so much chocolate pudding...
Way too much food at an expensive price, and the restaurant's policy is not to allow people to share a dinner. We won't be back.
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