When we lived in Maryland, Nick and I discovered a fun restaurant called Fuddrucker’s. We enjoyed it for their huge hamburgers and snazzy decor.
We often took our out-of-town visitors to eat there.
So, naturally, we were eager to introduce the kids to Fuddrucker’s in Annapolis last month.
They reeeeeally liked it.
For the rest of the month, I repeatedly overheard conversations like these:
Q: What is your favorite rest-er-naut?
Q: What store do you want to own when you grow up?
Q: What did you dream about last night?
The thing is, I don’t think it was the huge hamburgers or the snazzy decor the captured their enthusiasm.
I’m pretty sure the popularity of this rest-er-naut was clinched by the self-serve, mix-to-order, touch-screen drink machines.