Patrons with Tea bags in Restaurant Life Posted March 19, 2008 Nice work, Katie.I just finished " Service Included" wherein out heroine meets her lover at a diner and feels she has to carry her own maple syrup for the diner pancakes. I'm naive and sheltered and all, but that rocked me back on my heels. All I could think was: "Er, if you have to tote your Canadian Amber Grade B, you should be eating breakfast somewhere else."Same applies to tea. If you can't get a good cuppa, just order the coffee. If you can, give that tea- loving restaurant your business.←Actually, I had a girlfriend who did that Seriously though, why would anyone care if a customer didn't want to use the Mrs Butterworth's? I mean, maybe if they flavored the corn syrup themselves...Could be just karma to balance the people who steal sugar packets. Someone better tell the boys over on the cocktail forum to quit bringing their own bitters.