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IQ: Eat your heart out 

Eat to live. Live to eat. Live eat to. It's all good. Food is one of the few constants in life, no matter whether you daydream about the perfect rabbit confit or not.

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Apryl Kohn
North

Waitress

What is the saddest thing to do alone and why? Going to a movie. That'd be kind of depressing to do by yourself.

If you had $300 to spend in a local restaurant, where would you go? Probably The Loop, because their margaritas are fantastic, and their wait staff is pretty awesome.

If you had one meal left, what would it be? My mom's manicotti, probably — it's fantastic.

What's the worst service you've ever received at a restaurant? Red Robin. One time I went there, it took [the waitress] like 15 minutes to even get a drink to me. That was probably the worst service, but she was probably just having a bad day.

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Cole Irwin
Vail

Guest services

What is the saddest thing to do alone and why? Nothing. Being alone is awesome.

If you had $300 to spend in a local restaurant, where would you go? That restaurant in the Bass Pro Shop, because then I would spend just $10 in the restaurant and the rest in the Bass Pro Shop.

If you had one meal left, what would it be? Probably elk steak, deer steak, something like that.

What's the worst service you've ever received at a restaurant? The airport in Munich, or Frankfurt or London. Any one of those European airports suck.

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Dixie Crowder
Northeast

Special needs child care

What is the saddest thing to do alone, and why? Try dancing alone — it's really not satisfactory.

Do you feel bad for someone when you see them eating alone? Why? Absolutely. It's just a really lonely feeling. You know, when you sit there and you think your friend's coming, and you keep looking at the door ... then you get done with your meal and you leave and that someone never came.

If you had $300 to spend in a local restaurant, where would you go? I definitely think it would be an Italian place — Il Vicino, probably.

If you had one meal left, what would it be? A whole cow, because it would last a long time. I'll take a whole cow.

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