Livingroom: why so much hate in this headline? i mean, welcome to fark and all, but wow- somebody is really pissed off that other people like food that they dont.
I Have The Touch of a Shocked Monkey: I have yet to find an equivalent in quality and utter yumminess to Red Lobster's biscuits, homemade or at a different restaurant.
Mugato: Got dam, subby. Did a whop rape you with a crustacean or something?
CruJones: A couple of weeks ago we decided to cruise out to Ryan's Steakhouse for dinner...
the_colonel: I remember Olive Garden from the late 80s/early nineties when it was good. Each store made their sauce on site with, no kidding, tomatos. They also made their pasta and breadsticks fresh out in the front of the restaraunt. The stuff didn't come to the store premade. It was as close to authentic Italian as much of the country would ever see. Then the accountants and capital groups took over. I think a lot of folks out there still see Olive Gaden as the same place they used to go (still in the same building), not knowing everything shows up in a bag from an industrial kitchen.Also, if you're in Brunswick,Ga and go to Red Lobster for seafood, you choose poorly.
alsih2o: Headline of the year.
CruJones: Olive Garden really isn't that awful. But it's certainly palatable. I wouldn't go there on a date, but for lunch or something? Eh, sure.
BronyMedic: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Combustion: You dorks whining about "food hipsters" probably see NOTHING wrong with Coors Light, huh?It's not as good as Mich Ultra, in my opinion, but its not too bad.You've lost your right to talk about beer if you think the words "not too bad" go in the same sentence as Michelob Ultra OR Coors Light.You must think Natural Light is for those fru fru rich folks.
Avery614: There is never a reason to go to either of these of these places, for food at least. Olive Garden and Red Lobster are places you end up, you don't go there intentionally. I can guarantee you there are better places, in the same price range, near your house. Just stop people, it's embarrassing./doesn't go to restaurants for the bread
jaytkay: I Have The Touch of a Shocked Monkey: I have yet to find an equivalent in quality and utter yumminess to Red Lobster's biscuits, homemade or at a different restaurant.Somewhere near US 15 in Arkansas at some no-name diner I ordered biscuits for breakfast and the lady picked up a bag of flour and made me BISCUITS!I have been to several world-renowned places but that was my favorite restaurant experience ever.
findthefish: Oh my holy god.....let there be a fountain of sweet sweet rancid butter.
JesseL: I've said it before and I'll say it again - these places are McDonald's with pretensions.
TheBeastOfYuccaFlats: /just because you don't see the Sysco truck yourself, doesn't mean it didn't drop off at your favorite eatery at 4am that morning
GreenAdder: FriarReb98: My friend's crazypsychohosebeast wife can make themDoes she like calamari?
FriarReb98: I Have The Touch of a Shocked Monkey: I have yet to find an equivalent in quality and utter yumminess to Red Lobster's biscuits, homemade or at a different restaurant.My friend's crazypsychohosebeast wife can make them, though she adds Italian sausage chunks to it. But as they moved hundreds of miles away so she could keep him more under control, i haven't had them in years.\miss him living around here, miss his parties, will never miss that biatch of a wife of his
ms_lara_croft: Add a Golden Corral and you have a trifecta of fail.
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