We decided to have a well-deserved lunch at Black Angus today and quickly regretted our decision. The restaurant was as cold as a meat locker and since they were unwilling to adjust the thermostat, we were moved to a quiet, and less frozen, area of the dining room. Our server seemed to have an issue with her listening skills. Maybe her eardrums froze. I asked for dressing on the side with my salad and it came right on top of it. We ordered grilled chicken breasts for the kids and we got chicken strips. I guess our server heard “strips” when I say “breasts”. Yes, there’s a dirty joke here dying to be written…
At least Black Angus didn’t disappoint on cow sightings. Although the restaurant highly emphasizes cowboy images all over the dining room walls (and their logo), they’ve introduced a new feature called Bullseye Bar. Here’s the preview display by the restaurant’s front door:
And if you don’t know where to go as you enter the restaurant lobby, this huge neon sign may help you find your way:
This has to be one of the most freakish-looking cow I’ve spotted in a while. It looks like its eyes are actually inside its ears. For a restaurant selling so many different kinds of beef cuts, you’d think they’d know their bovine atonomy.