As usual, the price to be paid for affordable and delicious food is the actual dining experience. The main hilarity involved miscommunication about our table. We asked for six, but asked to be seated once five arrived; this was interpreted as saying that we wanted a table for five. When the sixth guest arrived we had to put up a bit of a fight to get an extra chair and tablespace. But it really didn't turn out to be a big deal, and just added to the usual fun of being served by an endless supply of water pourers, waiters, and servers. I don't mean for this to sound all complainy, it's just part of the experience.
After dinner, a few of us went to see the Wedding Crashers. There were some funny parts, but it seemed too long for the story. Plus Rachel McAdams plays almost the same character that she did in the Notebook, and I think we all know how I felt about that film.