If there's a group of people you don't want to keep waiting, it's a chorus of New Yorkers assembled to whine about things. "This place is a little fancier than the Bulgarian bar we met at last time," remarks one member of the New York Complaints Choir, waiting at an East 20th Street Greek bistro for the party room they've reserved to finally open. A waiter apologizes for the delay, sets out a tray of cheese and olives, and offers free... More >>>