Last Monday Peyton Manning shelled out some big bucks to buy his offense (nearly 25 dudes) dinner at Café Martorano in Miami--looks like a small national chain. The meal was 12 courses, and every guy stuffed himself silly. We don't know what the bill was, but based on the not-cheap prices on the menu, you can easily figure $200 per person and probably more. $200 x 25 is $5,000, without tax or the 20% gratuity they slam you with for parties of 6 or more.
I guess this guy sells sauce, too. Then menu says, "Do you know why my jarred sauces cost more than the rest?"
Butter Lover: I don't know. Because everything you sell costs more than the rest? I'm talking about you, $38 chicken parm.