What does Jonathan Morr think about the evolution of fine dining?
People seem to be navigating away from fine dining. I think fine dining has its place, for sure. Every once in a blue moon, I would love to go to a restaurant and sit there for three hours in a very relaxed atmosphere with white tablecloths, five waiters running around you and no music. It’s nice; but it’s not something you can do every day. I think the problem with the fine, fine dining restaurants is that the expectations are really high. When you go to a restaurant like that and pay $200 or $250 per person, you really expect the best of the best; and often you don’t get it, then the disappointment is even more. But having said that, there are a lot of great fine dining restaurants out there.