Here's one way to get back at a critic who wrote a lackluster review of your restaurant: re-name the specials board after her.

In her review of 1058 Hoagie, a newly opened sandwich shop in San Francisco, SF Weekly's Anna Roth took issue with what she perceived was a lack of creativity in the menu. Her piece ran with the headline, "Deli Bored":

[T]he hoagies follow the standard Italian sub playbook almost exactly, and when they do deviate from the expected, their flavors aren't special enough to seek out.

1058 Hoagie, not a restaurant to take such a slight sitting down, fired back in menu form by re-naming its daily specials board on Wednesday "anna roth is boring," and "anna roth, still boring" the next day. It seems the feud is lowering to a simmer, however, because Friday's specials board was named "onward. talking about anna roth is boring."

Let that be a warning, restaurant critics; if you're willing to dish it out, you've got to be able to take it.

[via Eater]

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    Avocado. Sprouts. Tomatoes. Cucumbers. Cheese. Chive mayo spread. Toasted multigrain bread.

  • Connecticut

    Chicken Parm.

  • Illinois

    Italian Beef.

  • Massachusetts

    Fluffernutter.

  • Minnesota

    Fried Walleye.

  • New York

    Reuben.

  • North Carolina

    Pulled pork.

  • Pennsylvania

    Cheesesteak.

  • Texas

    Brisket.

  • Virginia

    Ham Biscuit.