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Hump-Day: Whose website sucks less?

North 44 – One of Toronto’s best fine dining restaurants,

Taquerias El Farolito – Serves excellent Mexican food and has 9 locations in California.
Note: their website is a giant .gif of their menu, and the site says it’s still under construction.


Survey says… North44 sucks more!


Dear North44,
Your restaurant is divine, but your website sucks. Skip the intro, lose the flash, and show me your phone number/address within 0.25secs of my arrival on your web page.

Look what your site did to my iPhone!

Thank you,
The Internet Police

P.S. If you want a better website, call me (416.850.2500)

P.S.S. If you don’t understand what I’m talking about read this gem from

Me: (tries to visit a local restaurant’s website via iPhone)
Restaurant website: I require Flash. Fuck off.
Me: I just want to know how late you’re open.
Website: Nope.
Me: But I’m on my phone. Don’t you have a little “HTML Version” link up in the corner or something?
Website: I’m ignoring you.
Me: What if I’m on my phone because I’m out, looking for a place to eat? Didn’t that ever occur to you?
Website: Fuck entirely off.
Me: (gives up, switches to computer)
Website: Oh! Hi! What can I help you with today?
Me: What are your —
Website: Hang on, I’m loading the music. Read more…

2 Responses to Hump-Day: Whose website sucks less?

  1. Tspore says:

    I love it – This is so true. This same thing happens to me way to much.

  2. Lauren says:

    My boyfriend and I wanted to go have dinner at 44 North after reading about it on We went to their website and it’s a total mess. Everything is laid out to be “pretty” but completely non functional. We would have never ended up going if it was based on their site alone, because we never would have found the place!

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