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[msp] Business Breakfast at Good Day Cafe

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normativestructures Mar 9, 2009 01:17 PM

On Thursday I have a job interview at Good Day Cafe. (Not to work at the restaurant, rather, the interview is being held there.) I've never been there before, and there's no menu posted online.

Anybody have recommendations as to what is good there, bearing in mind that I need to be lady-like and not drop ketchup-covered hash browns all over my suit?

Bonus manners question: I'm sure the person I am interviewing with will foot the bill. Do I at least make the gratuitous gesture to pay for myself, or do I leave it be?

Thanks.

  1. The Chowhound Team Mar 9, 2009 09:30 PM

    Folks, we have removed the replies that were not topical, please remember, this board is about where to find great food and drink in the Midwest. Please do chime in with any recommendations for breakfast dishes at Good Day Cafe, but ask and answer the etiquette questions elsewhere.

    1. Jordan Mar 10, 2009 04:56 AM

      The food is all pretty good there. At breakfast, I like the almond-crusted French toast and the breakfast sandwich. For lunch, they have a killer BLT and the burgers are quite decent.

      I should warn you that GDC can be an extremely loud place. It's not the venue I would choose for a job interview (or any other kind of meeting where quiet conversation is important).

      If you're considering an alternative, just across the highway is Yangtze, a Chinese restaurant with excellent dim sum on weekend mornings and good Chinese standards on their regular menu. It's also much quieter.

      http://www.yangtze.us/index.htm

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