There are three basic types of restaurants. First, there are the places where folks go to try something new, something exotic, or something of higher quality than their normal day-to-day fair. Then there are those places that cater the more familiar – comfort food, so to speak. And finally, there are the convenience joints. The boundaries between these three are nebulus. Some may take comfort in the exotic. Also, as tastes expand, more and more fast foods are branching out into ethnic foods. Depending on the establishment, both exotic and comfort foods can be served fairly quickly, making them bleed over into the convenience category. Continue reading Meat-n-Three