Never said about restaurant websites

Please stop obscuring your food with horrible websites.

Feb 8
“I love the animated “coming soon!” construction worker on the webpage. He just keeps digging and digging!”

Feb 7
“I really do enjoy having to find that cool scroll-bar you built into your Flash website. I find the wheel on my mouse way too confusing, so a Flash scroll bar that doesn’t work with the mouse wheel is a breath of fresh air.”

Feb 3
“Sure! I’d love to make a reservation for the expensive Valentine’s Day Prix fixe dinner without having any idea what you’re serving that night!”

Feb 2
“I love clicking on your “Events” and “Specials” button to find that it hasn’t been updated since 2007. I was JUST asking myself, “what was the special in March, 4 years ago?””

“The website says it’s best viewed with Internet Explorer 4.0. It already looks fantastic, I can’t even imagine how great it would look in IE4!” The nonexistent customer

Feb 1
“I love it when you don’t list that your delivery hours are different than your operating hours.”

Jan 29
“The fact that I can’t copy and paste from, or directly link to, any page in your website because it is all done in Flash doesn’t stop me from telling everyone about your restaurant. I don’t mind spending a lot of time typing everything on your menu up all by myself and taking screen captures in order to show people. I’ll probably spend all day on this, just ‘cause.” Cricket sounds

“I think it shows how unique and progressive your restaurant is when you use 90% of the screen area for your theme and ambiance, and 10% for the information I actually came to your site for.” Maybe a few hipsters…but really, no one.

Jan 28
“Can you tell me where I can locate gigantic photos of prime rib, goat cheese appetizer, sweet potato fries and white truffle mousse? I can’t find your hours, address or directions, so I’m going to print out your professionally-styled stock food images and peruse them while eating my sandwich at home tonight.”

“Oooooh! I can’t wait to see what’s “Coming Soon!” for your Breakfast Menu, your Lunch Menu, your Dinner Menu, your About information, your Events schedule… the list just goes on and on! It’s a good thing you invested in a website to share such important news with your clientele.” Nadie