Friday, December 10, 2004

I won’t do it, so you should

At the end of a long day, do you ever wish that somebody else would make all your decisions for you? Which will be faster - the subway, or the streetcar? Do I need to buy stamps? Is there any scotch at home? What am I going to make for dinner?

To that end, I think someone needs to open a restaurant that, as soon as you sit down, slaps a drink in front of you. Whether it’s water, wine, or whiskey, at least you don’t have to think about what to order. It just appears. I would like that. Then, fifteen minutes later, your food arrives. Again, it just appears. Somebody else has made a decision for you, and even if you don’t like the food, you want the food. It’s like omakase, but crabbier, and to me, it sounds perfect.