Why do the restaurants in museums have such good food?

Answer Perhaps it's supply and demand and the average person who visits a museum may appreciate and be aware that some things in life are finer than others, even if they are stony broke and on 'the bones ... Read More »

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Affordable, tasty food near the Smithsonian Museums?

Sadly, most of the Smithsonian museums on the National Mall (including Air and Space and Natural History) are not near any truly good restaurants because there are museum cafes. And most museum ca... Read More »

How old do you have to be to work at burger king or mcdonalds or other fast food restaurants?

It really depends where you live? Do you live in the states? Every state has different laws. I work at a Burger King, and I know for a fact in California that you can work there if your 16 years... Read More »

I don't have any Red Lobster restaurants in my area, but i heard the food stinks, it that true?

Commercials are for marketing... Just because the food looks good, doesn't mean it tastes good. Red Lobsters are HORRIBLE.Consider this, I once organized a college trip to the zoo because I saw a c... Read More »

Why do hotels have very good restaurants in them?

The very best wish to retain their clientele and to bring in new ones.Having a truly decent restaurant on site , means they can charge sky high prices as well as provide that luxury ( a great place... Read More »