Art watched casually as the cat left, it was moments latter that he own plate a food arrived. "Whoa..."
The word slipped from his lip, best representing his genuine surprise. "I may have over-estimated myself..."
He said to the waiter with a grin. The waiter offered him a polite smile, although it clearly masked a small disdain. Because one lean guy such as Artemis could surely not finish such an intense plate of food. Ribs, Chicken, Steak, Shrimp all stacked up in a steamy pile. With a mountain of crispy fries sitting on the side, Art salivated a little bit. He couldn't wait to divulge. "I'll have a jug of water."
He told the water, he was gonna need to wash this down if he was going to get through this.
Reaching forward, he started with the juicy 12 ounce steak before him, watching as the juices spilled out as he sliced a piece of. Not bad for a small time café.
They were clearly trying to lure in more male customers, a meal like this would sate the needs of any man coming from a rough job. Magnolia was pinnacle town for mages after all, so it made sense. Not a bad business strategy.
He thought casually as he ate, Although this place has a major lack in presentation, it could do with some work on it's aesthetic.
He thought, he sighed. He couldn't help but think this way, it was a dagger mindset. To analyse and assess, to review the best way to make money. As much as he fought it, it was in his blood.
He felt the knock of someone bumping into his chair, he looked up, mouthful of meat. It was that guy again, the one he had watched feeding the cat. Art stared at him for a moment, before swallowing his bite. He wasn't bothered by the guys action, just mildly surprise. He offered a polite smile, "No worries mate."
He told the guy, before reaching down and grabbing a chip. He popped it into his mouth, chewing it slowly, it was good. Soft on the inside, lightly salted with a crunchy skin.