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2023.06.09 01:22 AnthonyJWinslow Toast, we need to have a conversation...

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Toast we need to have a conversation, over the years your software has increasingly become harder to use and evermore broken. I am writing this at 21:00 EST so please excuse my poor grammar and half completed thoughts. As I do need to get up early, I will come back tomorrow and update this post with more discussion points and fix any mistakes I may have made.
Lets begin with my current 6 month long problem that keeps getting "resolved" by Toast Customer Care. I have now had three cases "resolved" without anyone contacting me or verifying that the problem was actually fixed. If anyone would like to follow along, please try the following:
  1. Create a new item
  2. Set the Name of the menu item to Test Item
  3. Set Pricing Strategy to Size Price
  4. Create a Small & Large size and set price to $1.00 and $2.00 respectively.
  5. Save and Publish new menu item.
  6. Navigate to Discounts
  7. Click Add a Discount
  8. Name the discount Test Combo
  9. Set the Discount Type to Combo and set the value to $3.00
  10. Add the Test Item created in step 1
  11. Click Save
  12. Next, try to set the size for the Test Item and realize you cannot
The video below tries to show this in action. Notice, I am able to view/edit item sizes for combos that I created before Toast stopped working. It is only when adding new items to a new or existing combo that I can no longer select the size. Video:
As a paying customer of your product, I feel I am being strung along by your support who humor me long enough to get me off the phone, only to have my case closed so they can have one less open support ticket. I have requested to speak with someone higher up and am happy to have either a face to face conversation or even a simple phone call. I have already begun removing toast integrations and will continue to do so until either my issue is resolved or we end up replace Toast in the coming months.

Toast Loyalty & Curbside

When a customer signs up for loyalty, they are only required to enter either their phone number or email address depending on the settings set in the backend. When a customer creates a loyalty account with their email they are sent a welcome message and are allowed to view their points in their web browser; or Toast TakeOut app. If they click the browser link they are then prompted to enter their full name, birthday, and phone number.
From an analytic perspective, why does Toast not ask for this information during signup? Most of the time customers will sign up without clicking the link in the welcome email and we will miss out on that data. Often customers will ask how they get their birthday rewards and we have to explain the lengthy process of adding their birthday:
  1. Go to our website and click “Rewards”
  2. Enter your email, check that you are not a robot, and click “Find Now”
  3. Open your email app and look for the “Reward’s Balance” email from Toast.
  4. Open the email and click “View Rewards Transactions”.
  5. If you are prompted with “Complete your profile” simply fill out the form and click “Save”.
    1. If you are not prompted, scroll down to “Ways to earn” and click “Complete your profile”
Now you might ask, why can’t your staff just add the information through the register? Great question, they are busy making food, taking orders, and doing tasks that make the business money. Also, have you tried searching for a customer using the POS interface? It is not the best user experience and most of my staff actually hate trying to use the loyalty accounts at the register.
There is no simple way to login to a customer loyalty account to view the profile or update the information. If a customer wishes to check points, or update their phone numbeemail the only way to currently do that is to follow the same steps above. Why do I have to “Look up rewards account”, and get an email about my reward balance, just to be able to view/modify my loyalty profile?
If the customer gets to the profile page they might notice another oddity with the software. Under “Ways to redeem” it states I can use my points to order online. “Create an online ordering account with the email or phone number linked to your loyalty account and log in to order.” Why does the customer have to create yet another account while they are using the same platform at the same restaurant? I have had multiple customers get confused and call us asking why when they try to login to our online ordering platform their email address is not recognized and are prompted to enter a phone number. I have to explain that the loyalty email address is different then the online ordering but they will both be automagically linked once they create a curbside account. If the curbside software can see the loyalty account after the curbside account is created, why can it not just search the loyalty accounts and use that customer data to start a new order? The process would be much more seamless.
The contrasting UX/UI throughout toast are most harshly felt by the customer. The loyalty interface is completely different from the online ordering interface and the customer data does not appear to be shared across the two integrations. Toast needs to have one database full of customer data that plays nicely across all the integrations and follows similar UX/UI design and principles. Maybe provide a single customer profile portal that allows the customer to view and edit their data across all of toast; possibly for all Toast equipped restaurants.
Let us continue our trek down with curbside. I opened a cased on 2/14/2023 stating the the Toast Takeout App was not properly showing items with nested modifiers. It is now 6/8/2023 and the app is still broken. Here is how their support described the issue: “he says that Modifiers are not working on the Toast Takeout App... They are working for Online Ordering though. You can test this by clicking our February 2-For-1 [BOGO], it is supposed to show two modifier groups, one called First Dog and one called Second Dog. These groups do not show up at all and when he tries to add the item to cart it says the modifiers need to be selected. Inherited Modifiers appear to be working though. If the modifier is inherited from the previous menu group it shows up just fine. This issue is happening only on the Toast Takeout App. it is not showing the First Dog and Second Dog modifier group on my "Heid's Daily Special" and "February 2-For-1 [BOGO]”
As you can imagine they “Closed” the case and all is still going well at Toast. We tell customers to delete the Toast App as it does not work correctly and simply use the online ordering link on our website. Feel free to test it out for yourself. Our restaurant, if you can see it, is Heid’s of Liverpool.
Both Order & Pay and Online Ordering integrations have the same issue. Pricing is incorrectly displayed for items with pre-selected modifiers. Basically, if you have a menu item, a burger, that costs $1.00 and it has a modifier, cheese, that costs $0.50, Toast will display the item to the customer as $1.00 but then when the customer clicks the item it will show the add to cart price of $1.50. This is extremely misleading to customers and a very simple fix. This problem has persisted since 2019 when we first started using toast.

Toast Order & Pay

Let us first start off by saying, simply duplicating Toast Online Ordering and adding a table numbering and mobile pay feature does NOT mean you should charge me MORE then the Online Ordering integration. Online Ordering is $50 and Toast Order and Pay is $69 + 0.5% per transaction! From the backend, they appear to basically do that exact same thing except one has some options for adding a vehicle and the other has options for selecting a table number. Otherwise, it would appear they copied the code for the Online Ordering module and went straight for the upcharge.
“We was able to review the information in the system under edit menu / sweet treats / Sundaes / Hot Fudge Sundae / scroll down to Default Modifiers, the sauce has a modifier select by default just like, works modifier has all modifier selected by default and working properly but sauce is not working, we try to toggle the configuration, no update, customer refer their is many bug in the system and need to bring all the issue with the system to toast attention.”
This issue was brought to Toast July of 2021… I have since removed the Order & Pay integration so I cannot verify if the issue still persists or not.

UX/UI Nightmare

Toast has an identity problem. It currently does not know if it wants to Toast 1.0 or Toast 4.0. Toast 1.0 had everything laid out in a series of nested links that mostly made sense while 4.0 has a hip new design that appears to be more touchscreen friendly. Sometimes you can complete a taste using only the new UI but often you are jarringly thrusted back into the old UI and have to take a moment to get your bearings as to where everything might be. Here is an incomplete list of daily annoyances:
  1. Breadcrumb links, why do they randomly break and not actually show the trail you took to get to that page? Try this:
    1. Go to an item that has Modifiers
    2. Click on a Modifier Group
    3. On the Modifier Group Page, Click on a Modifier
    4. On the Modifier Item Page, click Edit Item
    5. Notice that the breadcrumb navigation is now wrong. This is a common occurrence on Toast.
  2. Why are there 20 ways to check reports? Why do all these reports only seem to give me some of the data I want? Why do some of the reports only allow me to view the last two months worth of data? Why is it so difficult to compare two dates (month/day/yeaetc)? I could honestly write an entire book on how broken Toast Reporting is, but I believe that anyone who uses it already knows; I will leave it at that.
  3. Double left side menu, who thought this was a good idea? I very frequently end up clicking the wrong link because I will accidentally slide my mouse too far left on the screen and the main menu will slide open and I will click a link on the main menu instead of the intended link on the sub menu.
  4. On the POS, when a new order is pushed or someone publishes a change on the backend, why does the POS screen flash and pull you out of what you are working on. For example, Let's say I am on the payment terminal screen with an order selected partway down the list and I am about to click “Update Order”. All of a sudden someone sends an order to the kitchen, my screen flashes and now the top left order is selected on my screen. I don't realize this and proceed to the pay screen charging someone for the wrong order. This happens a not insignificant number of times a month and has led to some full refunds and apologies from our staff.
  5. Why does the "Help" button in the top right of the screen randomly just not do anything? Currently, I click on it, nothing happens. I refresh the page, still nothing. Can anyone explain what I am doing wrong? I try to scroll down to the bottom of the page and the "Support & Training" link (button) does not work either.
  6. We have had many instances of having employees, modifiers, or menu items that we are not able to archive. We either get an error or the website just simply does nothing. To this day no one can explain to me why this happens and we have to contact Toast each time so someone can come on and fix the item.
  7. Ever since the update to "Toast Home", our team has noticed that on occasion we will lose access to features on toast. This happened to me today and I was able to include a screenshot (Toast 01 Screenshot); As you can see, I am "locked" out of "Edit Menus" and "Employees" when I should have full system privileges. A simple page refresh sometimes fixes this issue and the sections I am "Locked" out of will change sporadically. This appears to not just be a simple "Quick Actions" or shortcut issue as I have noticed error messages when trying to make updates via the website. I could get around these error messages by refreshing the page, however, I would lose any work I was trying to save.
  8. I have this very common problem of Toast just not working when trying to go to the Toast "Home" (Toast 02 Screenshot); The whole page goes blank and I either need to refresh the page or click through to another page if it will let me. Sometimes the whole site hangs while loading after I pressed a menu link and I am forced to refresh the page. This issue persists across multiple computers and devices.
  9. Our kitchen video monitor (KVM) will frequently have issues displaying the tickets. We have seen visual text errors such as fonts being randomly bolded or italicized. Tickets will appear with most of the order cut off and can only be viewed by clicking into the ticket for the pop-up.

Other Toast Integrations

I will keep this section short. Basically, if Toast has a first party integration simply do not use it. Every integration I have tried, from Toast, appears to have been half baked and still in beta; even though I was paying full price for the software.

The Cloud

For the most part, having our POS in The Cloud is normally not an inconvenience. However, we have had many times where either Toast or our internet would go down. This causes immediate headache with our staff as we can no longer use our Kitchen Video Monitors (KVM/KDS). Our kitchen is setup with three KVMs and one receipt printer. The expeditor has the printer while our grill and fryer each get their own KVM. If we lose connection to Toast, none of the stations can see what they need to make and our expediter now has to call out every item to each station.
If toast can print tickets to a networked printer during an outage, why can we not also send tickets to the KVMs the same way? Our registers already have a static IP and the local network is still functioning correctly, why can we not just send the ticket data locally to each KVM?

Toast Hardware

Recently, I have noticed an increase in the number of calls from my staff requesting help because one of the registers has stopped sending orders to the kitchen; won’t let the customer use the customer facing display; won’t turn on the chip reader; won’t turn on the NFC for tap to pay; toast crashes each time we try to open it; the ethernet just fully disconnects and refuses to reestablish connection; I could go on… but I won't.
95% of the time, my simple response is “turn it off, turn it back on again”. Why do we constantly have to do this? The time it takes to call me, restart the register, and get back online is all time wasted and not making the restaurant money.
Let's talk about hardware support. When we first started with toast, we had three Toast Gen1 handhelds. Within 6 months, one of the card readers stopped working. We sent it back under warranty. A few months later another handheld’s card reader stopped working and a third started power cycling. Coming up on the original 1 year warranty I realized that at the rate this hardware was breaking, I would literally need to buy a new handheld each year. I called toast and asked them to remove the handhelds from my subscription and find out how much it would cost to just get a standard terminal. The ELO terminals we had seemed fairly robust and didn’t appear to have any physical hardware problems like the handhelds. The representative I was speaking to offered to send me three new Toast 2.0 handhelds for free. Reluctantly I agreed to try them out. To their credit, they have worked well enough, minus the toast software issues, for the last two years.
It still stands, that if something were to happen to these devices, I do not actually have an easy way to get them repaired or replaced. Toast should offer either a lease program or a monthly protection plan for their hardware. I would feel more secure using Toast hardware if I knew I could send it out for repair or a replacement. If I drop my phone, I simply call my provider and they overnight a replacement the next day.
We have a combination of Toast branded ELO hardware and the newer Toast Flex hardware. The Flex hardware is full of issues. Both of our flex units in our Heid's of Liverpool kitchen had to be swapped with our older units when being used as KVMs due to how often they lose internet. For some reason, the hardware would randomly disconnect from the network and refuse to reconnect. This issue persisted whether we were connected via WiFi or Ethernet. Our current policy is to simply restart the device if this issue happens but it is wildly inconvenient when I have to perform this action during a busy lunch or dinner hour.

Final Thoughts… For now

From their hardware to their software, every aspect of Toast feels rushed and still in beta. Toast should have created the new UI and fully implemented it before pushing it as a major update. I constantly feel like I am paying $600 a month, plus ~$5000 in processing fees, for a software that is still in beta. We are currently talking with our managers about the possibility of switching to a new POS. I have already removed Toast Marketing and will be removing Online Ordering shortly. If I can simply get a response on my “Resolved” support case, we may reconsider. We have invested a lot of time and effort into this system and honestly I would like to keep it… but it needs to just work. Currently, if you are in the market for a new POS, I would NOT recommend Toast.
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2023.06.09 01:11 Hxlim How much more specific should the category be to get the 4x?

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2023.06.09 01:09 SnooOnions3608 Looking for a third DePaul roommate for our 3br1bath apartment.

Looking for a third DePaul roommate for our 3br1bath apartment.

Attention my fellow Blue Demons :

Are you tired of living with roommates who turn your living space into a disaster zone? Do you crave some peace and quiet, but all you get are shenanigans sessions at 3 a.m.? Well, fear not, because we have a place of your dreams!
We are seeking a third roommate with a Ph.D. in cleanliness, a black belt in an organization, and a sense of humor to laugh at my silly jokes for our 3 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment located in a vibrant neighborhood of Wicker Park close to Division Blue Line, an ideal location for a DePaul student. Loop Campus (Downtown) is only 9 minutes away by CTA Blue line & Lincoln Park Campus is 18 minutes away (Blue line then transfer to Red line). There is a Jewel Osco right in front of the house so you don’t have to walk too much for groceries. Besides that, there are bars, restaurants, and taverns near the apartment.
The room is big enough to put a full-size bed, and a tv stand, and still, you will get some more space left. The house is a no-smoking zone. Also, No Pets are allowed. Occasional guests are allowed (I can arrange visitor’s parking)
Both of us are DePaul folks super clean & quiet. We expect the same from the new roommate, especially at night. I can promise you that you will have a wonderful experience living here. The rent is $533 excluding utilities, and the security deposit is $533. "The lease is month to month".Laundry is available onsite. Private parking is not available, but you can park on the street.
A little bit about the neighborhood: Not far outside of the corporate skyscrapers and tourist attractions of the Near North Side and The Loop, the Wicker Park neighborhood serves up an exciting and distinctly Chicagoan atmosphere. A thriving artistic community operates here, and both locals and national touring acts regularly perform on the neighborhood’s many stages—many of the city’s most famous modern musicians got their start in Wicker Park’s nightclubs and theaters. Wicker Park is also home to many of Chicago’s most in-demand restaurants, drawing eager gastronomes from all across the city. Most of these attractions are clustered together around Milwaukee Avenue, with the rest of the neighborhood largely taken up by historic homes and apartment buildings along tree-lined streets.
The room will be available on July 1st, 2023. Believe me, you do not wanna miss this place after looking at the location which is 1341 North Ashland Avenue, Chicago 60622. Do let me know if you find a better deal than this.
DM me with your phone # or email and I will share more details.
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2023.06.09 00:18 jvolk907 Point per night fluctuation?

Just curious what you guys think the chances of this hotel dropping it's rate between now and date of stay (Sep 3)? If I do book now with points and notice that the rate drops would Marriott refund me the difference? Or could I cancel and rebook?
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2023.06.08 23:48 dreamingofislay Royal Lochnagar Warehouse Tasting - Final Scotland Trip 2023 Recap

Royal Lochnagar Warehouse Tasting - Final Scotland Trip 2023 Recap
On our last day in Scotland, we found a fitting finale for our wonderful trip. Thanks to u/paulusgaming for the tipoff and amazing recap of Royal Lochnagar's warehouse tasting. Alas, the distillery upped the price a lot - to 70 quid - but, even at that cost, it's well worth it.
The impressive private lounge next to our tasting room; those bottles at the back were Prima & Ultima releases, with vintage years dating back to the 1970s
  • Royal Lochnagar is the smallest of the 29 distilleries owned by Diageo, and it has a nice, cozy visitor center that punches well above its weight in amenities. In addition to the gift shop, there's a cafe and a dramming bar. And through a side set of doors to the bar, they have an impressive lounge and separate tasting room where we enjoyed our whiskies today. The lounge featured a stunning display with many of the recent Prima & Ultima releases, which are ultra-expensive and aged Diageo single malts.
  • The warehouse tasting consisted of four pours: a 1974 Convalmore, a 1985 Mortlach, a 1986 Royal Lochnagar, and a 1993 Lagavulin (a slight lineup change from u/paulusgaming's experience). What a powerhouse set of single casks. The crazy part was that one couple on our tour inadvertantly booked it, never having done a distillery tour or experience before, and it sounded like they enjoy some scotches without being aficianados. I wonder what I'd think if some of the first scotches I tried and really tasted carefully were 30- to 50-year-old cask strength expressions. Hard to imagine.
That dreamy ex-bourbon Convalmore cask
  • If you visit, I hope you get Annie as a guide. She had a wonderful sense of humor and is a devoted fan of single malts herself, which is not always the case with tour or tasting guides. She had great tasting notes and could talk anyone's ear off about the food science that goes into whiskymaking, including the various chemical compounds that give whisky flavor.
  • She was also honest about some whiskies in the warehouse having overshot their ideal age. As a cool treat, she let us nose anything we wanted among the 20-25 casks. One of the oldest was a 1975 cask from Glenury, a ghost distillery, which she said wasn't that good. Based on nosing alone, I agree; it smelled like permanent marker, and I was glad it wasn't part of the tasting.
  • Cairngorms National Park is stunning, but the funny thing about the Scottish highlands is that it has so many picture-perfect pastoral landscapes and beguiling loch-and-ben views that you don't have to visit any specific park or famous site to be gobsmacked. Almost anywhere on our trek, I could point my camera out the car at a random moment and get a postcard picture.
  • Driving around Scotland is pretty challenging as an American, not because of the left-side-of-the-road thing but instead because of how narrow and winding the ways are, and how many single-track roads we had to navigate. I'd advise future visitors not to cram too much into the itinerary because even moderate drives of two hours are more draining than one would expect.
Okay, enough chit-chat, down to business. I can't hope to match the tasting notes from u/paulusgaming's post, so these are my quick impressions.
Royal Lochnagar 1986 - Older whisky isn't necessarily better, it's just rarer. That being said, in their best incarnations, older whiskies can give different notes than younger drams or more complexity. This was quite a multi-layered dram and my notes included orchard fruits, some tartness, champagne breadiness or baked goods, and a toasty, warm finish with some spice. I haven't had much Royal Lochnagar before this but, based on Annie's description, this dram seemed like a flagbearer for the distillery's light and fruit-forward character.
Convalmore 1974 - OK, I just said age doesn't equate to quality, but this particular dram might have been the star of the show. In the glass, it had so much barrel char that it looked like someone had ashed a cigar in our glasses. The aroma evokes Scottish spring: a waft of gorse and wooden barrels sitting in the dunnage warehouse, balanced out by some pleasant aromas of citrus fruit and vanilla. Its waxy palate bursts with tropical fruit and oak, and then its long finish features lemon and coconut - a return to those first memories of gorse.
Mortlach 1985 - I'm sensitive to a smell from many sherries and, unsurprisingly, some heavily sherried whiskies. It reminds me of cooking wine: tangy, acidic, and funky. Unfortunately for me, this Mortlach reeked of that note, so it was my least favorite of the day. That being said, it had a much more pleasant, fruitcake palate and finish.
Lagavulin 1993 - I rubbed my hands together for this dram, which Annie let us pour ourselves, resulting in some heavy servings! The oldest Lagavulin we've tried, and aged in a first-fill sherry cask at that, a rarity for the distillery. Jordan almonds, caramel, and toasted rice cakes on the nose. It's burly - oily and thick - and flavors of honey and tropical fruit play off of a rich base layer of earthy peat very well. Cherries and woodsmoke on the finish.
Royal Lochnagar Distillery Hand-Fill 14 y.o. - After the tasting, Annie let us try a few bottles back in the gift shop. The hand-fill is a whopping 190 pounds but a 59.1% cask-strength, refill-sherry-aged whisky. Even suffering some palate exhaustion by this point, this was a pleasure to sip, an apple orchard in a glass. Not as complex as the 1986 single cask - I know, really going out on a limb with that observation - but perhaps something I'd enjoy more consistently.
Mortlach 15 "Six Kingdoms" Game of Thrones - Perhaps a little bit of an anticlimax. My understanding is that this is a very odd whisky that started in sherry casks before being finished in ex-bourbon, a reversal from the usual order. Nothing stood out about it, although nothing offended either. To be honest, after five cask-strength drams, what 46% mass-market release could make a huge impression?
We're thrilled that we took this trip. After enjoying Scotland so much in 2018, we planned to come back for Feis Ile 2020. For obvious reasons, those plans fell apart, but we finally got our act together last summer to plan this belated return. Already looking forward to future visits and missing the whisky, the views, and the people.
Previous recaps linked below, starting with daily travel notes from Feis Ile:
Day One, Lagavulin
Day Two, Bruichladdich, but we skipped and did Bunnahabhain
Day Three, Caol Ila
Day Four, Laphroaig
Day Five, Bowmore and Ardnahoe
Bonus notes from Days One through Five
Day Six, Kilchoman
Day Seven, Bunnahabhain Day, but we did Lagavulin and Ardbeg warehouse tastings
Day Eight, Ardbeg
Bonus post with my personal festival awards
After that, we visited some island distilleries:
Isle of Raasay
Talisker and Torabhaig
Slainte, and thanks for reading!
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2023.06.08 23:37 melgeraghty Best Restaurants in Charleston, SC

Hey guys, I am going with 8 people to Charleston, SC. Never been there before! What restaurants should we eat at, any rooftop bars/bars we should go to, or any candy/ice cream shops to visit? Also, do we need to get any reservations with these places? TIA!!!
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2023.06.08 23:02 FoodieLoverForver What are some lesser-known but highly recommended restaurants and food experiences in the United States?

There are many lesser-known but highly recommended restaurants and food experiences across the United States. Here are a few examples:
Holeman & Finch Public House (Atlanta, Georgia): This gastropub is known for its exceptional burgers, house-made charcuterie, and craft cocktails. The limited availability of their famous burgers at 10 p.m. each night creates a unique and highly sought-after dining experience.
Paseo Caribbean Food (Seattle, Washington): Paseo is a beloved local spot that serves up mouthwatering Caribbean sandwiches known as "Caribbean Roast." These sandwiches are filled with marinated, slow-roasted pork, chicken, or tofu, topped with flavorful condiments and served on freshly baked bread.
Cochon Butcher (New Orleans, Louisiana): Located next to its sister restaurant, Cochon, this sandwich shop offers a fantastic selection of house-made charcuterie, sausages, and deli-style sandwiches. Their Cochon Muffaletta, a twist on the classic New Orleans sandwich, is a must-try.
Sze Chuan Cuisine (Baltimore, Maryland): This family-owned Chinese restaurant in Baltimore's Chinatown serves authentic Sichuan cuisine. Known for its bold and fiery flavors, their dishes feature numbing Sichuan peppercorns and a variety of spices that make for an unforgettable culinary experience.
Zahav (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania): Zahav is an acclaimed modern Israeli restaurant that offers a unique dining experience featuring dishes that highlight the flavors and traditions of Israeli cuisine. Their tasting menus and family-style dining options allow guests to explore a variety of flavors and textures.
The Berghoff (Chicago, Illinois): The Berghoff is a historic German restaurant in downtown Chicago. Established in 1898, it offers classic German dishes such as sausages, schnitzel, and sauerbraten, along with a wide selection of beers brewed in-house.
Din Tai Fung (Various locations): While gaining popularity in recent years, Din Tai Fung remains a lesser-known gem for those new to the world of Taiwanese dumplings. Renowned for their delicate, handcrafted xiaolongbao (soup dumplings), Din Tai Fung offers an exceptional dining experience.
Remember, the culinary landscape is constantly evolving, and there are countless hidden gems and unique food experiences waiting to be discovered across the United States. It's always a good idea to explore local recommendations, food blogs, and review sites to uncover lesser-known but highly recommended restaurants and food experiences in the areas you plan to visit.
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2023.06.08 22:46 Intelligent-Cover818 Club Level - Prince Waikiki vs Alohilani - 1st timers

Hi there - I know everyone is probably sick of resort posts lol But, I'd love some feedback on this, as the pricing is near equal for both of these, and I've never been and don't have context.
We are currently booked for two partial oceanfront rooms LongBoard Club at Alohilani. I understand it was an older building that was redone, and based on what I've read: -people seem to either love it, or think it was not up to standard. -it's hip, great rooftop poolbar, rooms and elevators leave a lot to be desired -great mostly central waikiki location -service is hit or miss - definitely not super amazing from what I've gathered -club level is pretty good with a breakfast, dinner pasta bar, and a lot of wine/craft beer.
We are only here two nights, and have some tours so I'm not too crazy concerned but I'd love some feedback because Prince Waikiki also has Club Level rooms and with a summer promo, it's coming out to about the same price. I know there are a LOT of diehard Prince fans and I can tell from reviews it is very well loved, the staff is beyond amazing and it's a lovely place to stay. I guess what I am asking for is if anyone has experience with their Club Level specifically, and what they thought? Is the location being so far down by the marina burdensome if you're trying to be closer to stuff in Waikiki (shops, food, etc). Has anyone done Alohilani and Prince and can offer some idea of the differentials firsthand?
Because this resort choice kicks off our vacation, to some extent that service element matters. My family has never been to Hawaii and it sounds like the Prince is really amazing to arrive to and stay at! For reference, we are a family of six - 2 adults with three adult children and one 13 year old.
Thank you!
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2023.06.08 22:29 m__ossbaII the 11 pub crawl

i made a pub crawl for the 11 route, i don’t actually encourage anyone to do this bc who has the time and there’s some massive gaps in between the routes but if you wanna look at it and suggest anything and maybe tell me if a pub has closed down/is not worth going to then let me know.
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2023.06.08 20:12 DarthCroissant (Indiana Jones) What if the Indiana Jones films take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

In the 4 Indiana Jones films, we see that the main artifact Indy is searching for in each movie has some sort of supernatural significance.
The Ark of the Covenant in Raiders of the Lost Ark was a sacred chest containing the presence of God and his angels. Whoever dared look into it would be struck down by the wrath of God.The Sankara Stones in Temple of Doom were sacred stones given to Sankara by the Hindu god Shiva. They brought fertility to the land, but unleashed fiery destruction on those who betrayed Shiva.The Holy Grail in Last Crusade was the cup that caught the blood of Jesus Christ at the crucifixion. Whoever drank from the false Grail would die, while the one true Grail would bring life. While I hate to reference this movie, the crystal skull in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was an artifact with supernatural properties connected to an ancient extraterrestrial civilization.
After watching Thor: Love and Thunder, I realized that the existence of Omnipotence City explains how multiple religions manage to exist in the Indiana Jones universe. The existence of alien life is also clear in the MCU, so I wouldn't be surprised if the aliens from Crystal Skull are just one of the alien species in this Indy/Marvel universe.
Also, after further research, I found a lot more evidence to support this at Jock Lindsay's Hangar Bar, a restaurant at the Disney Springs shopping district at Walt Disney World. Jock Lindsay was the pilot from the opening scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark who helps Indiana Jones escape the Hovitos. The restaurant's backstory (which has never been said to be canon or not canon to the Indiana Jones saga's story) goes as such, according to While helping Indiana Jones on his search for the Fountain of Youth, the two traveled through Florida on their quest, including a stop at Saint Augustine's Fountain of Youth roadside attraction, which Doctor Jones was not too pleased by. During one of these flights, the two flew over the clear waters of Disney Springs, which Jock found so beautiful that he decided to eventually build a home there, later opening his Hangar Bar there in 1955.
The Hangar Bar is important to this overall theory because it contains a couple hard-to-find references to the MCU. In the Lost & Found, you can find a key labeled "Howard S.". Howard Stark would have been alive at this time, and this proves that he actually may have been acquainted to Jock Lindsay and possibly even Dr. Jones. There is also a sign in the bar containing the words "The Iron Fireman", with the word "fire" blotted out. In 2018, to celebrate the debut of Ant Man and The Wasp, the bar began to serve both giant and tiny portions of menu items, supposedly made with Hank Pym's technology that would have existed around the 1960s, about 5 years after the opening of the bar.
I also remember someone else on this subreddit saying that in Captain America: The First Avenger, that Red Skull believed that his harnessing of the tesseract is the key to true power while the Führer digs for trinkets in the desert. This could possibly be alluding to the Nazi operations in the Indiana Jones films to uncover the Ark or the Grail which were shown to be sources of unspeakable power.
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2023.06.08 19:56 turbo_nudist haters gonna hate

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2023.06.08 19:41 talkorpi Any reviews or photos of the new dining venues on Enchanted?

So I know that Enchanted came out of a drydock a few months ago and had some significant changes, including rearranging the Piazza and adding three new restaurants. I am trying to find reviews, photos, and information about them, but I cannot find any accounts ANYWHERE online.
Has anyone recently been on Enchanted that can share any experiences with the following new venues?
- O'Malley's Irish Pub (New to Princess)
- The Catch (New to Princess seafood restaurant)
- Salty Dog Cafe (New Pool Grill with new menu)
- New Sabatinis (it apparently has a new location and bar)
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2023.06.08 19:32 tonepoems Partial Trip Report: Kiso-Fukushima / Nakasendo Trail (with photos) Plus Other Odds & Ends

Hi everyone!
My husband and I recently came back from a 15-day trip to Japan and overall it was an epic, life-changing adventure. Most of the tips shared in this sub are absolutely true (I don't think there was a single day where we didn't hit the 20K step mark and SO glad we had some cash and a coin purse handy.)
We covered all the "greatest hits" of Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka, so reporting on those areas would be redundant as this sub already has great info. However, I haven't seen too many recent posts about Kiso Valley, so I wanted to share our experience since it was a personal highlight for me!
Between our stops from Tokyo to Kyoto, stayed in Kiso-Fukushima for 2 nights:
Travel from Tokyo
We took the Shinkansen from Tokyo to Nagano and then a rail train to Kiso-Fukushima. The whole trip took just under 3 hours. Since were were only making a 2-day stop in Kiso, we forwarded our main luggage from Tokyo to the following stop in Kyoto and only took our backpacks with us with a change of clothes. The luggage forwarding system is amazing.
To get to Kyoto afterwards, we took a train to Nagoya and then transferred to Tokyo. That leg took about 2.5 hours.
We stayed at this traditional ryokan which was a 10-min walk from the station. We splurged on a room that had a private bathroom and an open air bath (hot tub) overlooking the river. Let me tell you, with all the walking we had done, it was HEAVEN. It allowed for a few moments of downtime (and a little romance) amidst all the running around. Breakfast and dinner were included in our package, which is recommended as the town is small and dining options close early. The food was amazing. Worth every penny.
In Town Highlights
Walking the Nakasendo Trail from Magome to Tsumago
We took the limited express from Kiso-Fukushima to Nakatsuaga, and then a bus to the Magome which drops you off at the start of the trail.
This portion of the trail is about 8km and I would consider it an easy to moderate hike (there were some uphill portions and forest paths). More information about it here.
IT WAS ABSOLUTELY BREATHTAKING. I loved every moment. A beautiful combination of walking through small towns and forest. The weather was beautiful, there were definitely other people, but it wasn't crowded by any means. I'm still looking at the photos and just sighing over how beautiful it all was.
When we got to Tsumago we explored the shops a bit. Then took the bus to Nagiso and the train back to Kiso, with just enough time for a hot tub soak, shower, and then to the dining room for dinner (donning the provided yukata robes).
Things We Didn't Get to Do in Kiso-Fukushima
I would have loved to spend another day or two in Kiso-Fukushima because there were a number of things we didn't get to. Also, it's just a lovely place to just walk around and experience.
We've been back exactly a week now and I'm still feeling blue about it - would have absolutely loved to stay a whole month or more.
Happy travels!
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2023.06.08 18:55 DiscoverDurham Things to Do in Durham this Weekend (June 8-11)

Check out our full Durham events calendar.
If you'd like to add an event to our calendar, submit an event here. Please check with the event organizers to see if events change due to weather. Have a great weekend!

American Dance Festival

BODYTRAFFIC at Reynolds Industries Theater
2023 ADF Fête at Parizäde
Rennie Harris Puremovement American Street Dance Theater at Page Auditorium

Multi-Day Event

Triangle Restaurant Week

Venue Weekend Schedules

Events at DPAC
Events at The Carolina Theatre
Events at The Pinhook
Events at Motorco Music hall
Events at The Fruit
Live Music at Blue Note Grill
Events at Moon Dog Meadery
Live Music at Sharp 9 Gallery
Events at Arcana
Events at Rubies on Five Points
Events at Durty Bull Brewing Company
Live Comedy at Mettlesome
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in RTP
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in Downtown Durham

Thursday, Jun 8

Thirsty Thursdays at Dashi
Vinyl Night with DJ Deckades at Gizmo Brew Works
Boulders & Brews Meetup at Triangle Rock Club - Durham
Trivia Night w/Big Slow Tom at Clouds Brewing Brightleaf Square

Friday, Jun 9

Tasting at Ten at Counter Culture Coffee

Saturday, Jun 10

Durham Farmers’ Market at Durham Central Park
South Durham Farmers' Market at Greenwood Commons Shopping Center
parkrun Durham at Southern Boundaries Park
Crafternoons at Gizmo Brew Works

Sunday, Jun 11

Al Strong Presents Jazz Brunch at Alley Twenty Six
Food Truck Rodeo at Durham Central Park
Public Tour at Duke Chapel
Trivia at Navigator Beverage Co.

Running Art Exhibits

upstART Gallery: A Jim Lee Project at Pop Box Gallery
Exhibit at 21c Museum Hotel
“Extra-Spectral” at the Durham Art Guild Truist Gallery
Donna Stubbs, Featured Artist at 5 Points Gallery
Chieko Murasugi & Renzo Ortega at Craven Allen Gallery
Spirit in the Land at the Nasher
Andy Warhol: You Look Good in Pictures at the Nasher
Art of Peru at the Nasher
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2023.06.08 18:35 TheRealRabidBunny Mykonos and Santorini experience decline in tourist traffic

Given we're the Greece Travel sub-reddit, it's always interesting to see factual information about where visitors to Greece are actually going.
According to this latest news here ( which summarises international arrivals in April 2023, while Greece overall is heading for a bumper tourist year (still on track to be bigger than the record 2019), overall visitors to Santorini and Mykonos are actually down.
It looks like Rhodes, Thessaloniki and Athens are the big winners with significant increases over last year for inbound flights.
Rhodes: +31.2%Thessaloniki: +26.8%Athens: +17.4%

Famous YouTubers and tourists alike are expressing their dissatisfaction with the popular Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini, as both destinations have witnessed a significant drop in tourist numbers. Disappointed visitors are sharing their experiences, stating that they would not choose to visit these islands again.
The decline in tourist traffic is supported by factual data, with local media reporting a 22% decrease in flight arrivals compared to 2019 Santorini. Mykonos has also experienced a similar drop, causing a significant shift in the islands' renowned reputation for accommodation, entertainment, and dining.
Local media highlights a 20% decrease in traffic on Mykonos, indicating that the summer of 2023 hasn't met the expectations of the tourist market. Moreover, among high-end tourists, there is a prevailing perception that both Mykonos and Santorini are capitalizing on the country's booming tourism industry without offering adequate value for money.
Visitors further express their dissatisfaction with the high costs associated with these destinations. They compare their experiences to trips to other countries, mentioning that for the price they paid in Mykonos and Santorini, they did not feel the experience justified the expense. Citing examples of exorbitant vacation costs, they emphasize the need for better value and affordability.
These negative reviews and declining tourist numbers reflect a shifting landscape for Mykonos and Santorini, urging the islands to reconsider their approach in order to regain their appeal to visitors seeking a more satisfying and reasonably priced holiday experience.
When you see stories like this about the (in)famous DK Oyster Bar & Grill in Mykonos, it's perhaps not that surprising people are seeking better value.
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2023.06.08 18:31 redditduk [MegaList] SG Gigs & Music Concerts: Mid June (9 - 22 Jun 2023)

June 9 Update: Tiny Moving Parts 13-jun cancelled. 12-14 June reddit boycott. Bonus 24-jun-only listing will be hosted off-reddit soon.

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2023.06.08 18:00 Buck9s An overly detailed review of our SNW on June 7th.

A (more detailed than is needed) review of our SNW morning at Universal Studios yesterday.
Never been there before but lots of theme/amusement park experience. Family of 4 (wife, 14 &12 yo daughters). We had SNW early entry.
We got to the park too early (6:30 with an 8am early entry time) due to me not seeing they changed the opening time back 1 hour. That said we were first in line at one of the entry turnstyles which meant we were also sitting at the gates for 45+ minutes. We had flown in from the East Coast the day before so 6:30am felt like 9:30 to us so at least that part was ok.
We were also the very first people into the park that day. We struck up conversation with the guy at our turnstyle and he scanned us in before the park opening countdown so when they hit 0 (they give a spiel & countdown from 10) we were good to go. The turnstiles opened at 7:30 for 8am early entry.
At the park opening we walked at a normal(ish) pace to a hold point a 100 or so yards down the road. Employees stop everyone here, allowing the crowd to clear the entry turnstiles. There were 10/15 people across and we were in the front. People were excited but it was all calm, no pushing and it didn't feel uncomfortable.
Around 7:45 the employees began to walk us back to the lower level entrance. They stayed in front of the whole crowd controlling the pace. Again the crowd was well behaved and not a lot of jockeying for position (at least not at the very front).
The employees paused at the top of the escalator for a few minutes. Then a few minutes before 8am (I think) we started making our way down the escalators. There are two escalators and we were the first people on one of them. The employees walked us to the corner at Transformers and then they peeled off.
At this point some people started to run/jog towards the pipe entrance. We just quickly walked straight to the ride. We're probably the 20th people to the ride entrance. We walked through the queue at a very normal pace to see everything and walk straight to the preshow room. Somehow we ended up the first people lined up at the right hand set of doors, everyone else was lined up in a straight line from the left hand doors (lemmings).
It was about 8:05am at this point and then they announced the ride was down. 🙄 We were in the preshow room for about 10 minutes when they got the ride working. We got off the ride after 8:20am. During the wait I also booked 10am Toadstool cafe reservations.
We purchased a power band from City Walk the night before so now we started to look for the mini games as we walked around the land. We did our first mini game around 8:30. By 8:55 we had done all 4 mini games, found two 8-bit characters and had hit a bunch of the blocks.
At this point the land was full of people but everything was fairly normal.
We wanted to ride again and decided to do single rider, my wife decided she didn't want to ride so she sat outside on a toadstool. We entered the the single rider line at 8:59 and it was basically walk on, albeit we had a couple minute wait as the employee who managed the single rider line was MIA, until we flagged someone down, in the room where you get your headband. By 9:10am the three of us were all on the ride.
At 9:04am my wife texted me "Uh, general admission opened.... I am sitting on the toadstools, mildly afraid for my life...". We walked off the ride into an entirely different world. SNW was just overwhelmed with people. It was nuts.
We did Bowser Jr, then found the upstairs with the binoculars, found the rest of the blocks for coins, hit the restroom & 1-Up and then went to Toadstool Cafe around 9:45.
Toadstool Cafe was ridiculous (not in a good way). We ordered a couple drinks, garlic knots, tomato soup & the cake and spent almost an hour there. We had to talk to employees 5 different times after ordering. Twice to inquire about our food which took 25 minutes to bring out and then three times about silverware as they didn't bring a spoon for the soup, it took another 15 minutes to get a spoon. It wasn't packed either and employees were just standing around. It was the opposite of an efficient, well run restaurant.
Before we left SNW we checked our score and we were in 2nd place for the day, at that point. That felt good to us and we left while throngs of people continued to enter the land. IMO it would not have been enjoyable to arrive at SNW after 9:30 that morning.
Overall it was great. The ride was fun, the mini games were good. I dislike that you need to spend $80.on early entry and another $40 to experience the full land but ¯_(ツ)_/¯. Toadstool Cafe was a mess. Food was ok but it was a bad customer experience and Universal could move a lot more people through the cafe if they had better operations.
If you want to experience SNW the early entry was worth every penny.
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2023.06.08 16:56 finance_lady Navigating unknown menus/plans?

Hi all! I’m looking for tips on how to manage things and stick to plan when you have unknown menus. I have two situations tomorrow & over the weekend:
1) Lunch with my work team - we are attending a training then our boss wants to go to lunch. No restaurant selected ahead of time. I googled what’s nearby to the location & there are a few where I can easily stick to plan & I already reviewed the menus but there are an equal number where it would be absolute points suicide (like this local grilled cheese restaurant everyone loves but I’ve never liked it, WW/Healthi or not). I don’t want to be the weirdo not eating if everyone voted grilled cheese or another non-friendly joint but I reviewed menus for all, and even their side dishes are points nightmares. I also don’t want to skip lunch entirely and just go home if they go for a bad choice, that doesn’t reflect well on me at work. I already decided I’d eat only a yogurt & fruit for breakfast tomorrow instead of a breakfast sandwich to have more banked for lunch. I’d just use a bunch of weeklies and move on here BUT…
2) Tomorrow after work, I’m turning around and going out of town for a weekend for one of my extracurricular hobbies. We will have about 40 people with some preparing our food for each meal, but I don’t know the menu and there is literally no way to find out until the meal is served. Friday night thankfully we’re on our own for dinner (which could end up being only a snack for me depending on what lunch is with my work team) but Saturday we have B/L/D and on Sunday, B/L that I have to navigate. So I have to have a bunch of weeklies left after lunch tomorrow so I have wiggle room.
I really want to be successful and see a loss next week but no firm plans or menus is killing me. Help!!!
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2023.06.08 16:21 paulpaul25 [For Hire] Minimal Logo, Identity Package, Stationery, Product Packaging Design

I'm Paul and I'm providing logo, brand identity package, stationery, and product packaging design for businesses within real estate, SaaS, restaurants, e-commerce, food & drinks, hotels, marketing agencies and more niches, for more than 9 years.
Portfolio, contact info, previous Reddit projects, and reviews:
- Logo design - Stationery design - Packaging design - Full brand identity
My pricing is $40/hour, but to get a free quote for your project [email me](mailto:[email protected]) or contact me using the form on my website.
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2023.06.08 16:21 paulpaul25 [For Hire] Minimal Logo, Identity Package, Stationery, Product Packaging Design

I'm Paul and I'm providing logo, brand identity package, stationery, and product packaging design for businesses within real estate, SaaS, restaurants, e-commerce, food & drinks, hotels, marketing agencies and more niches, for more than 9 years.
Portfolio, contact info, previous Reddit projects, and reviews:
- Logo design - Stationery design - Packaging design - Full brand identity
My pricing is $40/hour, but to get a free quote for your project [email me](mailto:[email protected]) or contact me using the form on my website.
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