HAD LUNCH AT PANTERRRRRRRRRA TODAY $15.02.... WOW!!!!!
No way you could have bought a steak dinner at Outback for $15. Add in drink, tax, and tip and you are way over $20 per person easy and that is if you get the smallest/cheapest steak on the menu. I eat at Panera twice a week for lunch and occasionally for breakfast. For lunch I am always under $10 and for breakfast I am always under $6. Sure I could spend a buck or two less if I ate at McDonalds instead, but why when you can spend a buck or two more and get real good quality food instead of fried food from overly processed frozen fries and beef patties??