(If you haven’t seen it in a while, it’s worth re-viewing. I cringe a little at Andie McDowell’s poker-faced performance, but James claims he never noticed before. And even after I pointed it out, he still, somehow, couldn’t see anything other than the fact that she is “so lovely.” Hmmmmph.)
As we watched the hilarious scenes of Bill Murray living the same day, over and over, we were struck by how similar his predicament can be to our researching Top Maui Restaurants.
He orders different foods at the same restaurant, day after day. He tries everything … and some things delight, while others sicken. And he can’t stop going back, even when he wants to. For him, it’s a curse – for us, it’s a job. If we want to adhere to the code of standards put out by the Association of Food Journalists, we must:
- visit multiple times (and in our case, re-visit to refresh reviews)
- dine anonymously if possible
- order as many dishes as possible
- pay for every meal
- be fair and accurate, especially if a review is negative
And so, that’s what we do. It’s just like Groundhog Day … but with much better weather.
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