One Restaurant Banned These Words

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Just in time for Restaurant Week, a nice reminder of how good we have it in Newport.

Unless you’ve spent the last few days underwater, desperately trying to conduct repairs on a yacht that was supposed to have left for the Caribbean two weeks ago, you know that Newport Restaurant week is back.  It’s a great chance for the culinary artists of our town to show off to a new crowd in what would otherwise be another slow week in November.

Newport’s industry folk are an interesting batch. While fitting the general restaurant stereotype of non-conformists averse to the 9-5 grind, Newport benefits from the state’s general lack of 9-5 grind jobs because our most interesting and creative individuals either bail out of the Ocean State or they come down to the City-by-the-Sea to make a living getting you fat, drunk and happy.

However, other places don’t have the luxury of over-educated restaurant staffs. Case in point is a Chick-Fil-A (location unknown) where one manager, “Eric”,  has had enough of the employees sounding…unprofessional.

Chick-Fil-A Banned Words

 

So be happy you’re in Newport and not (wherever this is actually from).

-Tristan Pinnock, Blast Restaurant Correspondent

Tristan’s just this guy, ya know?