The Ritz Restaurant

The Ritzy Restaurant

 

By Elton Camp



The valet came out to park our car

Awaiting our table, we sat at the bar

The hostess escorted us to our table

“Reeves will come when he’s able.”



The tablecloth was of linen so bright

Fine china & sparkling silver a delight

I was wearing my best coat and tie

To come informally, I wouldn’t try



Reeves in his tux minced to our tableside

Didn’t try to hide an expression so snide

I could tell by the way he rolled his eyes

That we’d never eaten there he did apprise



With a voice so haughty he then did say,

“I recommend that you try our fine pate.

We cater here to the best people in town

As you will see if you just look around.”



Movement under a table caught my attention

But I decided it would be best not to mention

Since I saw that what he said was so true

For Mr. Cockroach was eating there too




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The place catered only to high-class diners.
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