Myths About Dining Out

It’s possible that how you feel about any particular restaurant is far less connected to the food you ate, than when you ate it, why you were there, and whom you ate it with.

(This is not just an idea; people have studied the phenomenon.)

You see, dining out is an experience. The reason why you chose to dine out in the first place already starts to shape your opinion of the meal, well before you even set foot inside the restaurant.