Why is it that many restaurants that succeed in serving crispy, fresh salads, nuanced sauces on perfectly cooked entrées, and scrumptious desserts expect you to cap your meal with a bitter, diluted cup of brown dishwater that is supposed to pass for coffee? And then, when you complain, the waiter usually acts aggrieved.
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