Anyway, I walked past the restaurant again this morning. It was obviously open - I know this because the neon "OPEN" light was lit, there were a few people inside, and the door was propped open. But there was a sign in the window that read:
In observance of Ramadan, we will not serve food or drink until sundown.
1/2 Price Specials after sundown.
What I want to know is, if you're a restaurant, and you're not serving food... why be open? I mean, why couldn't they just open at sundown? It seems like a perfect day to take off.
Seriously, I'm not trying to be judgmental or anything. If anyone has a good explanation, I'd like to hear it. But, in my mind, there's no need to go to work and open up the restaurant if you're not going to serve food or drink.