A pizza place recently opened near my office in the same spot as a previous pizza place. I finally went in and got what I usually get, two slices. It was over two dollars more than they used to be in the former restaurant, and 35 or so cents more than the place just two doors down charges for two slices which are significantly bigger. Whatever. On big signs outside their door, this new place advertises a grouping of Lunch Specials, all for $10.99. A Lunch Special is supposed to be lower priced to get more people through your door at the busiest time for any restaurant in a downtown area. However, once your price goes into double digits, it ceases to be a Lunch Special.