I'm not a complainer or anything....... but, overall, I'm not happy with the food offerings at either domestic RCC's or PC's. It's not just the food, it's the way it's packaged (or not), when it's available, the plates, cutlery, cups, availability of drinks, etc. Where to start. OK, we'll take turns. PC: Nutella. Really, I mean Really? what do I spread it on? and if I do decide to spread it on a big-ass stale bagel, can I at least get a quarter-plate to balance both sides of the bagel, the full-sized knife and the little packet of nutella on it. RCC: So, the only thing worse than a dolls picnic saucer to put your stale, $0.79 per loaf toast slice on is when the plate is a small, lightweight black recycled plastic jobby. Like I said, I'm not a complainer but... PC and RCC: At most locations, if all you want is a Diet Coke or some other commonly dispensed soft drink, you have stand at the bar, vying for the attention of a surly bartender (you know who you are, dude at B9 RCC at ORD, and old girl at DFW PC) behind a dozen alcohol deprived customers. How about a drinks dispenser. Actually, given the ruckus at the RCC since they started serving free alcohol, perhaps a few Kegs spread around each club might aid in easing congestion at the bars too. There's a lot more - soggy crackers in the RCC that should be individually sealed, massive, two cubic inch pieces of cheese that even the mice at DEN East have trouble hauling away and the lack of any real hors d'ouvres of any sort at any club. Would it kill them to serve something hot, baked, fried or smoked - dumplings, mini-rolls, cheese sticks, spanakopitas, mini-samosas, and perhaps some coffee cake, cheese cake, etc? I've done more than my fair share of grumbling today so I'll stop there.