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Is an Outback steak so much worse than a few mom & pop steak joint's out there..could all roadfooders always tell the difference????? who cares, as long as when you pay the check.you're satisfied
I think most members presence here speaks to the issue of 'who cares'. We (well, most of us, it appears) are here because we *do* care. Your statement above doesn't sound like a very road-food oriented philosophy to me. Maybe eatanywherewhocares.com is more suited to your tastes? I think the domainname is available.
ROADFOOD IS NOT SNOB FOOD
Depends on your point of view.
I just recently moved to a better home in a better school district for my kids. One point of view would be that I am a "neighborood snob" or a "school snob" since I rejected the one in favor of the other. My point of view is I simply chose something I preferred - in this case, a better neighborhood and school for my children.
Roadfooders are supposed to be choosy. They are supposed to generally reject one kind of food in favor of another. Go read the mantra of the website if this is a new concept to you. One point of view could indeed conclude that Roadfooders are snobs, since we generally reject the Applebees of the world in favor of....well.....Roadfood. Your use of the term 'snob' here is overextended.
Forgive me for I have strayed
You are forgiven. I would bet that nearly every one of us (yes, yes, exceptions noted, no need for anyone to rave about how they NEVER eat at chains) has eaten at least one chain in the past year, probably many more times for the majority, myself included. But I don't think the focus of our writings on this website should be about these experiences, and I certainly/absolutely would no more recommend a roadfood gathering be held at a chain restaurant than I would a group of devout vegans at a jersey "beefsteak" event
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