Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Quotidian Restaurant

An everyday restaurant for busy health conscious people
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The Quotidian Restaurant is a modernization of the older eating clubs. It's a restaurant that is made for busy urban people too busy to cook (or maintain a kitchen) and are still health conscious. People would be attracted by features like:

* Tables built to eat alone and work at.
* A book locker for storing reading materials or other comforts
* Customized menus with a computerized nutrient tracking system, so meals can be tailored for individuals
* Lower costs due to a subscription system

This is similar to existing private clubs, but built without the clubby, exclusionist ideal that tends to prevail there.

tspyz, May 01 2002


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       The only problem might be "busy urban people too busy to cook" would be the same who want a "clubby, exclusionist ideal".
phoenix, May 01 2002
  

       Not entirely taken by this. Seems more sketchy than your previous ideas. Whats with the reataurant/eatery theme?
[ sctld ], May 01 2002
  

       This strikes me as baked, apart from the angle of marketing it to urban professionals.
pottedstu, May 01 2002
  


 

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