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Re: Corndance Tavern

Postby Kingsman » Wed Oct 05, 2011 1:39 pm

SouthBender: Biological truths aside, consider the romantic angle of an elegant dinner. That's semi-priceless.
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Re: Corndance Tavern

Postby Happy Mom » Wed Oct 05, 2011 2:48 pm

Kingsman wrote:SouthBender: Biological truths aside, consider the romantic angle of an elegant dinner. That's semi-priceless.


Kingsman, you are exactly correct....although not "semi-priceless," but priceless!! :D :romance-cloud9: :romance-adore: :romance-hearteyes: :romance-heartspink: :romance-lovegoddess: :romance-kisslips:
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Re: Corndance Tavern

Postby jroyale » Wed Oct 05, 2011 4:51 pm

When dining out in these types of establishments, you are going for an experience. Now if your budget only allows for a smaller per person tariff, there are many of those in this area. But, with this particular establishment, there are many factors that play into that type of price point: they hold a very vast inventory of foodstuffs; aged meats , specialty items or those that comprise of very fine and expensive ingredients. They hold an equally large inventory of beverage option ... Liquor, beers and wines that will allow a multitude of tastes have an option, not just a selection of 10 wines / 10 spirits that everything is made from.

On top of that, they take a great deal of effort to hire, train, and rely upon a select group of people to be the representative, the face of the company to a very intimate amount of people. This all takes money to keep on hand, oh yea, not to mention the 10000sq ft of retail space that commands a high rent for the option of having a quality atmosphere here in this great metropolis of midwestern fine dining.

If you think that is out of your range, perhaps one of the local chain, cookie cutter style restaurants would be more to your liking. I think they have dinners for 2 starting at $12.

And no, i am not employed by this restaurant, nor any dining or drinking establishment. Just like a bit more refined food and beverage and appreciate those that invest their time and talent in that industry.
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Re: Corndance Tavern

Postby Happy Mom » Wed Oct 05, 2011 6:06 pm

Just like a bit more refined food and beverage and appreciate those that invest their time and talent in that industry.


Very well said jroyale!! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:
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