one of my favorite restaurants via one of my favorite blogs

The specialty is roast beef on a roll ($4.45), well-done, medium, or in my case rare, and always well-moistened with gravy. (For a lubrication variation, observe the dark brown beefy pan drippings at John’s Deli.) Dine in, and your backdrop will be a paper placemat on a plastic tray. And yet, in the under-counter display case, you can also catch sight of a bottle of Moet, lolling in an ice bucket beside the shiraz and pinot grigio. For a $60 bottle of bubbly, you’d hope Roll-N-Roaster sets aside decent glasses; my big-ass iced tea ($1.50) came in a plastic cup.”

Eating In Translation: Roll-N-Roaster.

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