Gary Karschnick wrote:
> Actually, the filet mignon was not available in the main
> dinning room. (A sirloin was.) And it was worth it for the
> quiet table for two.
You miss read what Norm meant. You could have requested that piece of meat for the next evening. You can get almost any special request that is not on the menu by asking your head waiter but it must be done a day in advance. For example, they only had Eggs Benedict on the breakfast menu one day but I had it before that day by doing this.