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When Howard Tolsky went online to book a dinner at Steak 48, at 615 N. Wabash Ave. near the Mag Mile, he immediately started losing his appetite for any experience there.
“It’s a shame,” Tolsky said.
It was all because there was a $100 minimum for himself, his wife, his and mother-in-law – each, per person.
“Like many in our industry, we had to make some updates to our policies. The $100 per person minimum will remain in effect to provide the ability to be successful as a steakhouse designed for the full sit-down experience and support our restaurant’s operations and staff.”
originally posted by: JAGStorm
I think this goes beyond Right or Left.
I think this has been in the works for years.
They want us to squabble amongst ourselves so we don’t notice the changes, or when we do we just blame the other side. It’s working.
I think you're ignoring the posts. Edumakated stated it better than I did, but it's right there, the facts.
originally posted by: Havamal
If you cannot afford a place to eat then get over it.
originally posted by: AScrubWhoDied
What's the big deal? If people want to pay the prices, they will. If not theyll lower the prices or stop being a business.
Working as intended and per this article this place has lost at least 1 potential customer.