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Old 03-05-2019, 10:34 PM
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And some sweet Applebees and Olive Gardens to go with it? Heck, I'll even throw in a Panera Bread and a TGIF too.

Cities might be more expensive but it's a cost I'm willing to spend for better ancillary things like restaurants and diversity of food options.
Panera is really good maaaaaan.
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Panera is really good maaaaaan.
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Too expensive imo
yeah, Panera is pricey for what you get.

Still, I like their spinach salad w bacon & hard boild egg. mmmm
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If you actually live in the city, you won't need to pay parking because you won't be using a car to get to where you're going.

If you live in the suburbs and are venturing into the city for a weekend dinner, then just pay up imo, you saved up the money with the low cost of living so you might as well spend some of it.
What if you live in the city and like venturing out to the 'burbs for your weeknd dinners?
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And some sweet Applebees and Olive Gardens to go with it? Heck, I'll even throw in a Panera Bread and a TGIF too.

Cities might be more expensive but it's a cost I'm willing to spend for better ancillary things like restaurants and diversity of food options.
Did You Know: there are areas with very good restaurants outside of cities
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Did You Know: there are areas with very good restaurants outside of cities
Napa Valley is a good example, though it doesnít exactly have a low cost of living.
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What if you live in the city and like venturing out to the 'burbs for your weeknd dinners?
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Napa Valley is a good example, though it doesnít exactly have a low cost of living.
Evangeline in Calistoga. Tiny town. Amazing Michelin restaurant.

And at least Napa Valley has lower cost of living than SF, so that's something. And Napa even has like two or three companies with P&C actuaries.
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