The other day I was reading about that legendary wife swap that two Major League Baseball pitchers pulled off in the ‘70s, and they mentioned that one of the meetings where the two creepy, swingin’ couples worked out the deets was conducted at Steak and Ale. And that is perfect. It was a definitive ‘70s steakhouse, in the Sizzler or The Keg vein. Steak and Ale, like those other chains, is just the kind of place where you’d see two couples working out the arrangements of a wife swap at one table, and an old couple suffering through a sad, silent 35th anniversary dinner at another table.
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