athmosphere? [grin] That just makes the sign even better.
This confounds me. It makes me wonder if the wait-person times you while you scan the menu. Quickly! Quick! Hurry! I mean, how "fine" can this food be?
I'm thinking more along the lines of Montezuma's Revenge...
Everybody wants their food served fast, but in a hurry? Even without the quotes...that just seems to indicate poor quality. The weird quotes add to that impression!
Unnecessary quotation marks have always been my "pet" peeve. I'm so "glad" I found this site.
I "love" your "blog". How do we send you "submissions"?
It's a relative "hurry." Like they'll deliver your food in 45 minutes rather than 6 hours. Not anyone else's definition of a "hurry," but by their standards ...
The thinking behind these quotes may have been that "A la carrera" translates (loosely) into "in a hurry."
And in Papyrus too...great.
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