I go to hospital cafeterias when I'm not even visiting anyone at the hospital instead of going to a restaurant all the time!
Not only is the food cheap, it often better than most restaurants and the selection is always different. Plus you can actually see what you are ordering, and only pay for what you want.
Another benefit is you meet plenty of nurses and or medical staff etc.
Some of my local hospitals even think I'm a doctor or medical equipment executive or something.
I've even thought of taking a date to a hospital cafeteria, is that going too far?
I was thinking the other day when eating at one....why do they call a doctor's business his "practice"?
Shouldn't he have had all the "practice" he needs before he became a doctor?
P.S. Anyone else like hospital cafeterias?