Hmm? Oh, right! The dinner.
There's this ridiculously overpriced burger place near where I live, and I've been avoiding it all this time just because the prices were just so absurd. I'm talking like $16 for a burger. No fries or nothin: just the burger. Add fries and it's another $7.
I've gone in there before. I'd think "This time, I'm gonna have one of their burgers. This time, I'm gonna see what all the hubbub is about." But then I'd look at the menu and think: nope, this can't possibly be worth it. This burger can't possibly be worth that much. I know fancy food. And I've been to P.J. Clarke's, so I know fancy burgers. And I don't think even P.J. Clarke's charges this much for their shit.
But tonight, once again, I stick my head in there on a whim. And finally, I see something worth trying. They're serving bison. Genuine bison burgers. Now, I still don't think their burgers can possibly be worth what they're charging. But $15 for some rare meat I can't try anywhere else? That's at least worth buying once.
All told, my initial assessment was probably correct. If this is how they do burgers, then these aren't $16 burgers. Not without throwing in the fries for free, at least. But now that I've tried it, I can add it to the list of weird foods I've tried. Right alongside deer, horse, and cactus.
So ultimately, it was worth the experience. But I wouldn't go back there again.