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MOST COMPLICATED MATH PROBLEM RELATED ,

MOST COMPLICATED MATH PROBLEM RELATED ,

I should have known when I made reservations for 12 and had to speak to a rude person on the phone that dining here would be an astonishingly horrible experience. That nasty individual ended up being our waitress and the first thing she did was scold us (and not in a friendly way) for being 5 minutes late for our reservation. My immediate impression of this place was that it was dingy. We sat down and the waitress began speaking to us in a very rude manner and I could not help but feel very uncomfortable and very embarassed (as I was the one who picked this restaurant for our corporate lunch, but I had never been here before). After having soup we all headed over to the "grill." It was kind of fun to be able to guess the weight of your food, but of course nobody was correct in their guess. After eating it was time to pay our bill. Up until that point, the waitress had been merely nasty. But when it came time to pay the bill, it was like the Earth opened up and hell erupted out, spewing its ugliness everywhere. We had to split the bill, yet one person was not paying for their bill, we were all treating this one person to lunch. You would think we were asking to solve the world's most complicated math problem. She began screaming (I kid you not, she actually screamed) at each person as they attempted to pay their portion of the bill. It literaly ruined our lunch. I felt sick to my stomach at how blatantly horribly we were being treated and I had to bite my tongue from telling this woman to F*** off (and I am normally a very mild mannered, pleasant person). Needless to say, I (nor any of my colleagues) will EVER dine there again. It is no wonder the restaurant is nearly always empty. It is just a terrible dining experience on every level imaginable. The food was not good enough, the prices were too high and the decor was too crappy to warrant this level of abuse. AVOID IF YOU CAN.

MOST COMPLICATED MATH PROBLEM RELATED ,

MOST COMPLICATED MATH PROBLEM RELATED ,

A reclusive genius, Dr. Grigori Perelman, famously solved one of the world's most complicated math problems, the one-hundred-year-old Poincaré conjecture, and is now to accept a $1 million prize from the Clay Mathematics Institute for doing so!

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