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Ryan Sutton on the BAD DEAL that is $125 tickets for an UrbanDaddy/Sam Talbot barbecue that doesn't include guaranteed seating: "Most good restaurants have a clever concept. They have a certain amount of chairs, and based on that very precise number, they accept a certain amount of reservations. As a result, everyone gets to sit down. This is achieved by the revolutionary process of COUNTING, which I learned by watching Sesame Street." [The Bad Deal via Eater National]