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In response to all of the above....1. Dirty is dirty. I don't care how you slice it. Of course, there are different degrees of dirty, but at a restaurant, no degree of dirty is acceptable. That's why we have Health Inspectors, health codes, etc. for restaurants.2. I'm wondering if DumbOleLocal has eaten the spaghetti and sauce at the Pizza Palace. It's the original recipe that nobody else has....nobody, not even the Original Louis, despite what you might have heard. Of course, if you have tried it and don't think it's better, then that is your opinion and you can continue to enjoy the spaghetti and sauce at the Original Louis. The Pizza Palace was featured on the second episode of Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives so they just might be doing something right.3. If you are going to offer other dishes on your menu and you make a "half-hearted attempt" at offering those other dishes, please just don't bother. What an insult to the poor people who don't want "the one thing" that particular restaurant "does".I'm a fan of several restaurants, but if one of them takes a turn for the worse, well...I guess that's just the way it goes. Come on....if a restaurant changes ownership, management, etc. then inevitably other things are going to change as well. Would it be that unbelievable for a restaurant to go down hill? Ask Don Dare on WATE when he tears restaurants apart because of their health score. Some restaurant owners just don't care and unfortunately, will ride the reputation all the way to the bank. The problem with that is that it all catches up to you in the end.I think I'll just keep eating my spaghetti and sauce from the Pizza Palace and hope my other favorite restaurants don't resort to "half-hearted attempts" to make me happy.