Have you ever wondered which favorite chain restaurant had the best Caesar Salad? Or which chain restaurant has the most philanthropic business plan or which restaurant is the most family friendly? If so then you will be happy to hear about this book, Good Better Best Dining Out: A No-Nonsense Guide to America’s Favorite Chain Restaurants by Josh Dinar. This book covers the most readily available full service chain restaurants and highlights the Good, Better and Best dishes out there.
I was a little surprised when I popped the cover over; I was thinking this would be a guide to the healthy options at major chain restaurants but I was pleasantly surprised to find that this was not the case. This book highlights the best flavors in the nation by offering a profile on each restaurant and then dividing the rest of the book into flavor profiles and meal selections.
I found that it’s nice to have a guide that doesn’t focus on dieting while dining out; sometimes you want to splurge on a great meal. When breaking the dieting rules for one evening it’s important in my mind to go big or go home. This book is great for having all the work done for you, now you can search by what you are craving and eat the good, better or best option available instead of settling for the subpar restaurant next door.
Good Better Best Dining Out: A No-Nonsense Guide to America’s Favorite Chain Restaurants, the ultimate guidebook, covers a large selection of restaurants including some of my favorites, Buca de Beppos, The Cheesecake Factory, Red Robins and much more. So if you are still wondering who has the best food at a chain restaurant check out this book.
Good Better Best Dining Out: A No-Nonsense Guide to America’s Favorite Chain Restaurants Details
- Author: Josh Dinar
- Published by the Penguin Group
- ISBN: 978-1-61564-143-7
- Retail Price: $14.95
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