We had dinner last night at Longhorn Steakhouse. I had a gift-card, from Christmas, that we used. Funny, and not part of the topic here, but we both wore our western attire, plus black felt cowboy hats. As always, my wife got some "looks", as well as I did. But, there were a few men in the restaurant there were wearing cowboy hats also. The restaurant is in Ft. Collins where CSU (Colorado State University) is and they have a college rodeo team there. Anyway, the place was packed with a Waiting List for a table. While we were eating, I noticed a young lady busing/cleaning off a table next to us. She had gathered up all of the dishes on the table and proceeded to wipe the table off. A young lady that had been having dinner at the table, had a shrimp skewer and rice. IOW, I look around quite a bit and noticed this. Anyway, some of her rice had wound up on the table. While wiping off the table, the bus girl wiped the rice onto the chairs and floor next to the table. She left a few pieces of rice on the table and, after wiping each chair, there was some rice still on one of the chairs. I really thought an employee would come along with a roller-broom and clean up the rice on the floor. That didn't happen. When we left, there was nobody at that table yet and the rice was still on the floor. We both remember being in Longhorn Steakhouse, like the two we were in (Jacksonville and St Augustine Florida) that were super clean and someone would use a roller-broom if something was on the floor. I know this is the manager's job to make sure the dining areas are totally clean, so it really seemed like this manager didn't really care. It was almost like "cattle call". That means, "get them seated, order taken, meal delivered, meal eaten and out of there" The fast people can be seated and gone, the more money a restaurant can make. As for us, we like a well-kept, and clean, restaurant! And, apparently, not everyone has our feelings about how a descent restaurant should look. That is sad! Thoughts?