Saturday morning, our family had the misfortune of running out of sufficient groceries for a big breakfast, so opted to try a new nearby restaurant. It was full, so we were prepared for slower service. But what we got was slower than slow. It was slow enough that all four of us had to eat up time by drawing, because to talk would have meant to grumble. My humble contribution:

It also sported the most pretentious paraphrasing ever on a “stay here, let us seat you” sign at the entrance:
The food itself was great. And, the long cashier queue allowed me the pleasure of assisting a charming & confident young lady, who was a spitting image of a junior Sandrine Holt.