Take a menu from your favorite restaurant in Norman and pair it down to only three items you feel people should order (ex: one appetizer, one entree, and one dessert / one drink, one app, one entree / three drinks / one drink and two entrees, etc.).
People say that the reason McDonald’s was able to get so popular was because their original menu had minimal choices: burgers, fries, and shakes. I would say this is one of the reasons I really enjoy Raising Canes. Chicken tenders, fries, toast, sauce (the cole slaw is bunk–always trade it for extra toast). Sure, as American diets get more complex, choice might be a good thing, but, just a bit, let’s pretend that the restaurants we love only cater to us by serving what we love.
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