Sadly, he was wrong. A lot of places had queues already. They must've been serving great food, especially at the price that Eero got a glimpse of. It sent shivers down his spine. He briefly wondered as to how people made such amounts of Jewels. He was wondering where he could find a more affordable place, when he was hit by a muse who gave him an idea. More like, he was reminded of something. He remembered a job, that he had undertaken the last time he was in the Rose Garden. It involved him tasting wine for a restaurant's owner to make sure it was flawless. The reward was that the next time he showed up in the restaurant, he would get a free meal, no matter the amount of Jewels on the bill. It sounded like the perfect idea for the evening.
It took Eero some time to find the restaurant, since he was still unfamiliar with the Rose Garden. At least it didn't have a long queue, just a handful of people. If he was lucky, the waiting time would pass quickly and he could have a dinner. For free. That was the key factor. The boy would stand at the end of the relatively short line. He had his trusty leather bag on his side and the artifact chained to his leather choker. To take his mind off of the waiting game, Eero would pull out his notebook and review some of his notes on the Neutral Grounds he collected not too long ago.