Ah, the dilemma of the restaurant wine. I will only get wine at a restaurant if I am there with my boyfriend, and it’s a pretty special occasion. I’m talking birthday, anniversary, something along those lines. And even then, we don’t always indulge. The thing about the restaurant wine is that you know that you can get wine that’s probably just as good at the LCBO or some other friendly neighbourhood liquor store for cheaper. And that is something that I think about before I order a bottle (or a glass, but I’ll get to that later), but I also think well, realistically, I could make this pasta dish for like three dollars at home, and yet here I am spending twelve …. it’s not like I’m paying for metal roofing contractors Fayetteville NC to jazz up my roof which I definitely couldn’t render myself. Basically, what I’m saying is that when you go to a restaurant, you just kind of have to accept that you’re paying for the experience and the service, not just the food and libations.