What makes a place a “Ride To Eat” destination?
It is not just about how good the food is. Heck, even some mediocre restaurants are good RTE spots. As many of us have learned from Robert Persig, quality is sometimes an elusive, slippery notion.
But you know it when you see it.
It must be a spot that has something unique or wonderful about the combination of food, or the location, or the roads nearby, or the ambiance, or SOMETHING that makes it a great place to plan a ride around. Just having good food is not enough. It’s not a place you happen to stop while on a ride, it’s the place that got you on the bike to start with.
Why don’t I see any bad reviews?
Because this isn’t a restaurant review site. It’s a list of GOOD places for a Ride To Eat journey.
If we get credible bad feedback on a place and become convinced it’s probably not a good RTE spot, we don’t change their rating, we remove them from the site.