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Dude really! The fact that you start your post by condemning the place for not being able to accommodate your large girth is pretty pathetic. I’m sure the people in Collingswood that gave you “looks” were not all from Collingswood, so your stereotypical remarks and low self esteem will not get pity here. In my mind, the fact that you consumed a large portion of the entree (which I assume you did) makes you liable for the bill. The owner attempted to make restitution but you did not agree and wanted a free meal-in today’s economy no one works for free. I hope you can get over yourself and return to let them make it up to you. I am sure they will remember you as you now have a permanent spot next to the fireplace.
Perhaps “Bike” should go get a “Happy Meal” at McDonalds! Btw, I was the party of 11!
I don’t mean to imply that I have doubts about the veracity of this review, but I have trouble figuring out why, after being confronted by magots on a first visit, the reviewer would EVER go back a second time.
mine’s a very short story that only takes a few seconds to read: i’ve been craving a s’more for about 8 years now, a really authentic one, but it’s pretty rare that i’m around fires, and even more rare that i have chocolate, graham crackers, and marshmellow on me.
so a user pic has to suffice.
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