So you’re eating at a nice restaurant, you want to try a new wine, so you ask your waiter or waitress for their recommendation. They tell you it’s $37.50, and you’d be pretty happy to try it, right? No imagine if you ordered that bottle and when it came to pay, that thirty-seven fifty was actually $3,750! As a poor diner in an Atlantic City hotel found out the hard way, his waitress was referring to a bottle 100 times more than he had expected to pay! The management offered to reduce the cost down to $2,200, but you can bet this diner will be sticking to the beer next time!