All bistros and cafes should have an actually working Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system; Recently, I went out on the town with my girlfriend. We had a lot of fun bowling in an air conditioned building that was a lot of fun. That evening both of us went to a bistro. When both of us first made our way in through the front entrance, I heard the A/C running and it made the bistro feel quite chilly. I glanced at the thermostat which declared it was only 60 degrees! I mentioned to someone in a uniform that it was really frosty and asked if he would turn down the A/C, but he just apologized and said the A/C had been acting up. She went to the A/C to turn it down, at which time it made a loud noise and bit the dust. I wasn’t a bit worried about this because no a/c was better than a wildly frigid a/c. For a little while it was a comfortable temperature, but then we started to get really warm. I walked over to the A/C and put our hand against it and discovered it was as tepid as a gas furnace! I went to the front counter to deliver our information. As I was speaking, the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C serviceman walked in the door. “The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C serviceman has finally arrived!” she exclaimed and ran to hug his neck. I sat back down at our table and attempted to ignore the loud noises the serviceman was making. By the end of my date with my girlfriend, the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C serviceman had finished fixing the A/C. Once again I was perfectly comfy. After this experience, I constantly check to make sure the bistro I am visiting has an actually working Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system.