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Once you've tasted it,
that's all you'll want to eat.
Well, hello, Octobenny. Long time, no see.
But unfortunately I have the URLs, for a project of my own.
Always good to see you Khanners.
Here's my contribution:
No Time To Diet (of course!)
Irma's Bundt Cakes
Live And Eat Pie
Casino Royale With Cheese
The Restaurant With The Golden Table
The Menu Is Not Enough
Honey Ryder’s Shack
Do you expect me to talk?
No I expect you to eat!
Fry Another Filet
Quantum of Mollusk (Would have to be a French restaurant.)
No Time to Fry
Licence to Grill
Win, Lose, or Fry
It used to be a speakeasy, and you really didn't know it was there unless you knew it was there. But once the place became too popular, they jettisoned that aspect.
Notice that you still need a password of some sort. And the restaurant uses Bond-type language:
Live and Let's Dine
Licence to Grill
Dine Another Day
Must be flying under Eon's radar, or perhaps Eon's getting a cut.
I'll have a bowl of Cubby's Broccoli and Cheddar Soup and Herr Stamper's BLT.
To dine once at a restaurant with generic American fare may be regarded as a misfortune; to dine there twice looks like carelessness.
Haha!! And the third time will be pure masochism. In my defense though, the Interstate 94 is not generous to gourmands. Hungry motorists can opt for fast food or roadkill (of which there is plenty in Michigan). In that regard, the Moonraker Retaurant & Lounge at least offers the comforts of some signed 1980s Bond memorabilia adorned on its walls.
That would help any meal go down better!
Not just for Christmas!