...and appear stupid than to open it and remove all doubt."
I went to Cafe Rio a few days after work and here's what happened:
Cafe Rio lady worker: "Hi, welcome to Cafe Rio! What can I get you?!"
Me: "Um... can I have two fish tacos with a side of guac, please?"
CRLW: "A what taco?"
Me: "A fish taco..."
CRLW: "Um... we don't have fish... we do have salmon though! Would you like that?"
Me: "Salmon is a fish..."
This reminded me of another fish/Utah experience...
My family and I went to a Joe's Crab Shack in Salt Lake City a few years ago and this is how it all went down:
Hostess: "Here's your table. Do you have any questions?"
My dad: "Yea, what's your speciality?"
Blank look from hostess
My dad: "Do you have something that everyone really likes?"
Hostess: "YES! We are famous for our BBQ crab! Its delicious!"
My dad: "Oh okay. That sounds good
What kind of crab is it? Alaskan crab? East coast crab? Local crab?"
My brother and I snicker
Hostess: "Um... well... I think it's local crab. Um... no wait, yes, yes it is, IT IS local crab!"
My dad: "Oh great! That's what I thought! We'll have some of that!"
**What did I learn from these experiences? (1) Utah people don't know squat about seafood and (2) Joe's Crab Shack really does have good BBQ crab**