So I'm going to try and recap at least one of these situations sans photo:
I'm a sucker for a Harvey's Veggie Burger. The quality has definitely gone down hill since they first came on the
So as part of my shopping frenzy, I took a lunch break in the Harvey's in Bayers Lake.
I want to point out a few things about Harvey's (at least this particular location) that makes the declining quality of their veggie burgers seem minor:
If I had my camera I would have tried to take a photo with the incredibly cute old man who dressed my burger with care like I was his family or something. So it's probably best that I didn't have my camera, since that would seem a bit too weird.
- The vast majority of employees are seniors. It's like they didn't want to fully retire and Harvey's seemed like the environment for them, which makes sense since...
- The music they play seems like it should come straight from a jute-box that was around in the 50's. The old timey music mixed with the Bayers Lake position makes for a strange feeling, at least for me.
- At least once during my meal (on every occasion I've been there) an employee has taken a loop around the 'dining room' asking how my meal is and tidying the place up as if their grandmother was to come any second with a magnifying glass for close inspection of cleanliness.
- Which explains their extremely clean environment, which goes a long way compared to other fast-food joints.