Originally Posted by Steve Kroll
Last year when I was hobbling around on crutches with a broken ankle, I needed to find sit-down lunch options close to my office that were reasonably priced and easy to get in/out of (i.e. not crowded, and with good handicapped access). This limited me to an Olive Garden, Macaroni Grill, Big Bowl, and a few fast food chains with a drive-thru.
Really? How about this: roast beef and Swiss cheese on a 6-inch French roll with mayonnaise, mustard, lettuce and tomato; a bag of chips; a piece of fruit; and your favorite beverage; all stuffed into a brown paper sack and taken to the nearest park?
I worked full time for 50 years and I can count the number of times I went to lunch in a restaurant without taking my shoes off, and most of those were company functions where attendance was pretty much mandatory.