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12 of the Most Amusingly Bad Restaurant Sites
When it comes to restaurants, bars, and food trucks, their Web sites generally aren’t a strong suit. We sat through many a tedious Flash intro and endured plenty of bad electronica to find 12 of the worst offenders around Washington.
If the Düsseldorf Airport bar had a Facebook page…
Sick of others stealing its raw veal from the fridge, Bond 45 started labeling.
Cafe Bonaparte/Napoleon Bistro
The eerie music and disembodied head following our mouse make us wonder whether these places are French bistros or French haunted houses.
The sung tale of a yak-child who opened an egg-themed version of Friday’s.
Hello, Cupcake (book Web site)
Hello, sensory overload!
Holy $#@*! You can share conversation and appetizers here?!
Pedro and Vinny’s
Between the whizzing balls and shrill buttons, this site has turned many a hungover burrito dream into a nightmare.
Naturally we’d rather spend 10 to 20 seconds watching the “I woman” dance instead of actually seeing the menu.
The seafood version of the Crypt Keeper isn’t the most appealing first image.
Music from a memorial service for typhoon victims, plus sour apple martinis.
Look into my eyes: you will discover authentic Italian cooking, you will discover authentic Italian cooking…
Forget food porn. Between the “groove” music and mention of Eric Ripert’s spine, we’re already there.
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