Under the sign of Petronius, the arbiter of taste, we place this quotation for your delectation:
Places like the Waldorf [New York] or Drake [Chicago], even though they’re desired by wealthier people, tend never to appear on the Top 10 lists, while the creative class, many of whom make much less money and have precarious employment, enjoy, at least the spoils of social capital that come with being tastemakers, and attend the restaurants that do get the attention. Too bad social capital can’t be transferred into a pension or property.
Shawn Micallef. The Trouble with Brunch: work, class and the pursuit of leisure.
And so for day 1178