Fast Food Fine Dining

November 30th, 2011 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Completed Missions

Have you ever been walking downtown in your suit or dinner dress thinking “I wish I could find somewhere with low prices but I wouldn’t look out of place in these fancy clothes.” Well Improv in Toronto wanted to solve that problem.

On November 19th we met up in Queens Park, dressed to the nines and headed out to a local fast food restaurant.

We prepared the proper signage and made sure we had the clean tablecloths and shiny silver cutlery.

We sent ahead a Maitre’d and some waiters to reserve tables and then sent in the first diners.

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Once the diners had ordered, it was time to seat them.

Unfortunately one thing we weren’t able to get rid of was the line.

Once the guests were seated…

…we got the music flowing

Everyone had a great meal. Classy and cheap.

If you were at the event or saw it happening, we want to hear from you. Leave a comment below.

Pictures By:

Will Penman. Full album here

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