You've Lost That Loving Feeling
By esperanza8 on 4/25/2011
Sadly over the last six months, the once friendly, customer-oriented staff, and upbeat atmosphere at Peace & Love has deteriorated so much so that I was compelled to write my first ever review of any restaurant - anywhere. The walls which were once adorned with soulful local art are now bare and in desperate need of fresh paint. The large, easy to read chalkboard menu has been removed and replaced with odd T-shirts. And if you want to start your day off with a special cup of rudeness, the new Parisian manager is sure to oblige. Every now and then, but not often enough for my taste, you'll be greeted with a smile from one of the staff as long as they're not too caught up with the interpersonal drama de jure.
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