The best places to break up
|The problem is not you, honey, it’s me….|
In Fat City, we believe it’s probably not a good idea to have that “let’s break up” discussion in a public place, particularly in a restaurant where there are sharp instruments (knives, forks, kabob skewers) and glassware within easy reach. We have long advocated a quiet place — particularly in a faraway suburb, for potentially volatile conversations. You know, places like the Piccadilly Cafeteria where it was unlikely to see anyone that you knew.
But the Piccadilly Cafeteria closed earlier this year, so if one absolutely insists on breaking up in a public venue — some people prefer having witnesses around — here are five suggestions for ideal locations for that awkward, emotionally draining conversation.