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 Diner Dash - Flo on the Go

 
   
 
 
Diner Dash - Flo on the Go

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                            FLO ON THE GO

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Well, that's the game- Diner Dash: Flo on the Go. It's the third game in the 
series of Diner Dash. This game's storyline is much different that the other 
two, though, but Flo on the Go pretty much runs on the same engine that Diner 
Dash 2 ran on, with a few more modifications. Flo on the Go is a spectacular 
game, along with all of the others in the Diner Dash series. It's my favorite 
so far (I only have the first 3 games, but I plan on getting Hometown Hero 
soon). It introduces 2 brand new customer types and new types of families as 
well. There are 5 new restaurant locations, and new challenges. If you want, 
check out my review for more information. This walkthrough does contain 
spoilers and methods to get through some of the levels, along with customer & 
object information and strategy tips, so don't expect it to be spoiler-free at 
all.

Well, this walkthrough contains all of the things that you need to get through 
this game. While some levels are quite easy to finish, some are rather hard, 
especially when getting expert goals, so there's some strategy tips for each 
level separately. Also, if there are any levels that you need specific help 
for that isn't shown here, just post it on the GameFAQs Flo on the Go board. 
I'll try to reply as soon as possible.

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Table of Contents
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1. Introduction
2. Menu
3. How to Play
4. Customer Types
5. Objects & Items
6. Before You Start
7. Walkthrough
8. Bonus Levels
9. Endless Shift
10. Credits & Update History

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Part 1: Introduction
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I am a Diner Dash addict, I tell you. I love this game so much- I replay it 
all the time, along with Diner Dash 2. The original definitely wasn't the 
best, but it was a good starter for the series, and once I got Diner Dash 2, I 
was eager to get Diner Dash 3. This game is lots of fun, but you'll need to 
have plenty of strategy to get through it.

For those of you who are new to Diner Dash... there are some tips in the 
chapter "Before You Start" on how to get the most out of a shift. I would 
atleast recommend knowing the previous two Diner Dash games before you try 
this one. The first one is tough, but it really gets you soaked into the world 
of Diner Dash. Diner Dash 2 introduced some brand new features, such as 
customers getting mad at eachother, a dessert station, and a phone. It was 
much more sophisticated, and Diner Dash: Flo on the Go is even more. Really, 
though, if you could get through Diner Dash 2, then you won't have much 
trouble making it through this game.

Are you ready to play? This is a great game that you'll enjoy very much. 
Although some levels may become frustrating, try very hard to enjoy yourself.

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Part 2: Menu
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  - Story Mode- start Flo's adventure...
  - Endless Shift- play an endless shift- choose your restaurant & difficulty 
level
  - Flo's Closet- change Flo's clothes
  - How to Play- use this if you need more help
  - Options- adjust the volume levels. There are 3 different types: sound, 
music, and environment. Turn the "Sound" bar up to hear sounds like food 
cooking, customers ordering, happiness boosting, customers appearing, and 
food/dessert being served. Turn the "Music" bar up to hear more of the 
restaurant's music. And, a new but cool feature, turn the "Environment" bar up 
to hear the sounds of the location (i.e., the waves in the cruise ship, the 
ambience in the submarine, the motor in the blimp, the railroad in the train, 
and the space ambience in the rocket.
  - Get More Diner Dash- check out some other Diner Dash games.
  - Quit- quit the game

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Part 3: How to Play
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This is pretty much how it works with Diner Dash. Each of the steps below is 
separate, and everything is required to do in order for the customers to leave 
with tipping. Each action also shows what points you earn for doing the 
action. If you chain actions together, you can earn more points, though. For 
instance, if you chain 2 checks, you'll earn 50 points for the first one, and 
100 more points for the second, and if you keep chaining, each one adds on 
another 50 points, so for a third chain, you'd get another 150 points. If you 
chain orders, you'll get 20 points for the first, 40 points for the second, 60 
for the third, etc.

Seat customers
Take order (20 points- order chain)
Drop order at ticket rack (order chain)
Pick up food (food chain)
Serve food (30 points- food chain)
Give check (50 points- check chain)
Clear dishes (40 points- dish chain)
Drop dishes at dish rack (dish chain)

All of these actions are optional. Note that customers request snacks 
randomly, dessert if they're really happy at the end of their meal, and the 
mop if they spill drinks.

Serve snacks (100 points- snack chain)
Mop up mess (30 points- mop chain)
Pick up dessert (dessert chain)
Serve dessert (80 points- dessert chain)

Well... that's about all of things to do with regular service. As in Diner 
Dash 2, though, you have to be careful, because customers can get angry with 
other customers. Cellphone addicts are always noisy, families are noisy when 
unhappy, and lovebirds kiss pretty randomly. All customers except for 
families, joggers, cellphone addicts, and lovebirds don't like kissing or 
noise, so be careful.

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Part 4: Customer Types
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Whoa... nine customer types for this game, two more than the previous one. And 
there are more types of families, too. This section shows the basic things to 
know about them- how they tip, their patience levels, and how fast they eat. 
Also, you'll notice that if you look at the "How to Play" section of the game, 
some of the statistics are different than shown here. However, this is how I 
think that the customers behave from having played the game many times. Also, 
for the tipping counts, "customer addition" means that if you have 2 customers 
of that type, then that's one customer addition. A single customer will give a 
maximum tip of whatever is told, but customer additions will add on to the 
maximum tip.

Young Lady
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- Moderately patient
- Tips moderately
- Orders and eats at a moderate speed
- Moderately dislikes noise
- Requests dessert if atleast 3 out of 5 hearts are full
- Maximum tip is 110 points: +10 per customer addition

Tourists
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- Very patient in line
- Not patient when seated
- Tips well
- Orders and eats at a moderate speed
- Moderately dislikes noise
- Requests dessert if atleast 3 out of 5 hearts are full
- Maximum tip is 140 points

Family
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- Moderately patient
- Tips moderately
- Orders and eats at a moderate speed
- Doesn't mind noise
- Requests dessert if atleast 3 out of 5 hearts are full
- Noisy when unhappy
- Sometimes spill drinks
- Maximum tip is 145 points

2 Moms & Babies
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- Moderately patient
- Tips moderately
- Orders and eats at a moderate speed
- Doesn't mind noise
- Requests dessert if atleast 3 out of 5 hearts are full
- Noisy when unhappy
- Requires double highchairs and a 4-top table to keep from being noisy
- Sometimes spills drinks
- Maximum tip is 130 points

Father & Son
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- Moderately patient
- Tips moderately
- Orders and eats at a moderate speed
- Doesn't mind noise
- Requests dessert if atleast 3 out of 5 hearts are full
- Sometimes spills drinks
- Maximum tip is 130 points

Lovebirds
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- Moderately patient in line
- Very patient when seated
- Tips moderately
- Orders at a moderate speed
- Eats at a slow speed
- Doesn't mind noise
- Requests dessert if atleast 4 out of 5 hearts are full
- Kisses randomly at table
- Only sits at 2-top tables
- Maximum tip is 120 points

Bookworm
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- Very patient
- Tips moderately
- Orders and eats at a slow speed
- Strongly dislikes noise
- Requests dessert if atleast 4 out of 5 hearts are full
- Maximum tip is 110 points: +10 per customer addition

Kindly Senior
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- Very patient
- Doesn't tip as well
- Orders and eats at a slow speed
- Moderately dislikes noise
- Requests dessert if atleast 4 out of 5 hearts are full
- Maximum tip is 105 points: +5 per customer addition

Cellphone Addict
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- Not patient
- Tips well
- Orders and eats at a fast speed
- Doesn't mind noise
- Requests dessert if atleast 4 out of 5 hearts are full
- Always noisy
- Maximum tip is 120 points: +20 per customer addition

Jogger
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- Moderately patient
- Tips moderately
- Orders and eats at a moderate speed
- Doesn't mind noise
- Never requests dessert
- Maximum tip is 110 points: +10 per customer addition

Business Woman
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- Not patient
- Tips well
- Orders and eats at a fast speed
- Moderately dislikes noise
- Requests dessert if atleast 4 out of 5 hearts are full
- Maximum tip is 120 points; +20 per customer addition

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Part 5: Objects & Items
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There is only one new object in this game, and it's not even something that is 
"added" to the restaurant, it's something that Flo has all the time. Make note 
that some of the objects have had a few changes with how they are used now, 
but they're all still pretty much the same. No bench in this game, though, 
except for in Endless Shift.

Drink Station
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Whenever a drink station lights up, you can serve some from it to any group 
that looks like they need a mood burst. Drinks give 1 and a half hearts of 
happiness, so use them wisely. Here are the different drinks per restaurant, 
although I may be wrong on the Train drink station.
   - Fruit Drinks (Cruise Ship)
   - Lemonade (Train)
   - Beer (Submarine)
   - Milkshakes (Blimp)
   - Galactic Punch (Rocket)

Highchairs
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Give highchairs to families so that the baby won't make noise. The moms & 
babies group will need double highchairs, though, but the highchairs won't fit 
unless they sit at a 4-top table. Highchairs do not fit at the bar, either.

Mop
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If a family spills their drinks, use the mop to clean up the mess. Also, in 
levels where turbulence is a challenge, use the mop to clean up messes when 
the restaurant shakes. Mopping is very chainable, so try to always chain it 
whenever possible. Also, unlike in Diner Dash 2, the mop will stay in Flo's 
hand until she cleans up all of the messes around.

Podium
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Stand at the podium until the heart fills up to give everyone in line a good 
happiness boost. The podium is quite useful for making customer happier in 
line, and for chaining reasons.

Dessert Station
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If a group requests dessert after their regular meal, then always try to serve 
it to them. Customers must be really happy to request it, though. You can also 
drop their check if things are too busy, but try to never do this unless 
you're forced to. Joggers never request dessert, just so you know. Oh, and one 
very annoying thing about dessert; you cannot pick up dessert unless there is 
demand. This means that although one group may request dessert, you can only 
pick up one of them, and only one, unlike in Diner Dash 2. If two parties 
request it, though, you can pick up two. These are the different desserts for 
each restaurant, although, once again, I'm not sure about the Train dessert 
station:
   - Chocolate Cake (Train)
   - Sorbet (Submarine)
   - Banana Split (Blimp)
   - Milky Way CrŠme Brule (Rocket)

Snack Station
******************
If a group requests snacks at any time during their meal, always do your best 
to serve some to them. Snacks are very profitable, but if you wait too long to 
serve them, and then the customers will get angry and won't want it any more. 
Fortunately, if the customers get angry, then the snacks go into the trash 
without you having to go over there. These are the different snacks per 
restaurant.
   - Shrimp (Submarine)
   - French Fries (Blimp)
   - Onion Rings (Rocket)

Camera
***********
If tourists request a picture during the meal, you can take it with Flo's 
camera that she carries everywhere. You must have one free hand, however, in 
order to take the picture. Taking pictures gives a couple of tourists a 2-
heart happiness boost.

Staff Phone
***************
A very useful tool, call in a single staff member, once during a shift, for a 
limited amount of time. There are 4 different staff members that you can all 
in, as shown below. Choose wisely when you call in your staff member, though, 
because you only get one call during the shift.
   - Busser (gives checks and clears dishes)
   - Drink Server (serves drinks continuously- drinks are worth half hearts)
   - Hostess (stands at the podium)
   - Entertainer- Pianist, Harpist, Singer, or Alien Musician (plays tunes 
worth 1 and a half hearts)

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Part 6: Before You Start
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This game is lots of fun if you don't kill yourself at attaining goals. Don't 
get frustrated. New players to the entire Diner Dash series will hit a few 
levels that make them want to throw up. There are a couple of levels that even 
I have not found a perfect solution to get the expert goal with, and I'm still 
working at them. I'm also not done updating this walkthrough. Once I find 
better methods for getting those expert goals, I'll post them, but for now, 
this is all you've got to help you. It should be enough to atleast get you all 
of the regular goals.

New players should know that chaining is essential for some expert goals. If I 
were you- for both new players and veterans- try this game first without 
making big long chains. I found it to be kind of challenging. And then go 
through all of the levels that you missed the expert goal in, and do long 
chains. You'll find that it goes more smoothly.

And don't forget to use your objects. Drink stations, the podium, and the 
staff phone- the phone especially, sometimes I find myself forgetting about it 
until the very end of the shift, when I don't really need it. Always try to 
serve some drinks from the drink machine whenever it lights up, or if you're 
using the podium to do a long chain, then reserve some drinks by putting them 
in your hands.

Are you ready? This is a really fun game, I'm telling you. Good luck and use 
this walkthrough whenever you hit any bumps! Oh, and if you manage to get all 
of the expert goals in any of the restaurants, you'll unlock a secret level 
for that restaurant... I won't spoil the surprises that are in each of them, 
but they're all pretty cool. If you want to see what they are, though, check 
out the "Secret Levels" section below.

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Part 7: Walkthrough
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This walkthrough shows you how to get through some of the levels with more 
detailed strategies. For most levels, you won't need a big strategy table, but 
I found some of them to be a little difficult.

Restaurant #1: Cruise Ship
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Well, the game starts out where Flo and Darla are taking a cruise vacation. 
They have to close down their restaurants for a whole week. As they're 
climbing the stairs, though, some guys knock Flo's luggage into the water, 
which contains all of her clothes. The thundering men are the previous chefs 
on the ship's restaurant, but it wasn't doing so well, apparently. Flo asks if 
they can stop the boat, but it's already underway. As the two of them go to 
eat in the restaurant, Flo sees a man about to drop his tray, so Flo grabs it 
in the nick of time! The owner of the restaurants claims that she looks like 
she knows how to handle a tray... the man will refund their tickets and pay 
the two of them if they work in the restaurant. Flo tells Darla that it'll 
only be until she gets her clothes back.

Anyway, this restaurant starts out pretty lightly. There are only 2 customer 
colors, as always, and when a group leaves angry, they'll cost you 500 points. 
Are you ready? The music is tropical, and speaking of tropical, everyone 
dresses that way throughout the game... :) Below is each of the upgrades that 
you can put on your cruise ship. You only get to use four of them throughout 
the restaurant, though.

1. Tables & Chairs
2. Counter
3. Flowerpots & Plants
4. Swimming Pool
5. Chairs
6. Umbrellas
7. Palm Trees

Level 1
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Goal: $500
Expert Goal: $1000
Upgrades: N/A
Difficulty: 0/10
Tables: 2
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: Young Lady
New Objects: N/A

You're beginning with one customer type, the young lady. She's a pretty 
average customer- there isn't a lot of trouble from her. Also, if you want, 
check out your closet at the start and change into some different clothes. 
You'll get more as you go along- a lot more, for that matter, but if you'd 
like, change into something different. Also, if you're not a new player to 
Diner Dash, then just click "Skip Tutorial."

Level 2
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Goal: $2000
Expert Goal: $3500
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 2/10
Tables: 3
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

You'll need to clear all of the dishes at the start of the shift today, but 
this is barely anything compared to some of the challenges that you'll face 
later on. With three tables, expect more customers to come through. Oh, and 
although nobody got mad in the first level (the tutorial), they'll get angry 
if they wait too long in this level... and every other one from now on!

Level 3
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Goal: $2500
Expert Goal: $5000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 3/10
Tables: 4
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: Tourists
New Objects: Camera

Tourists are not a pain until you seat them. They usually ask for a picture 
sometime during their meal and they're impatient. Chaining is harder with them 
now, because the picture taking always breaks chains. Atleast you can keep 
them waiting longer in line than other customers.

Level 4
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Goal: $5000
Expert Goal: $7000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 4
Challenges: Blackout
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

There's always a level like this in every restaurant, but lucky for you, you 
only have to put up with 4 tables this time. The problem here is that you can 
barely see anything except for where your cursor points. This means that you 
can't see picture requests, or how mad the customers in line are getting, 
either. Well, be thankful that you don't have a huge rush to work with this 
shift.

Level 5
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Goal: $7000
Expert Goal: $9000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 4/10
Tables: 4
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Fruit Drink Blender

That drink station sure will help out a bunch. Sure, it's easier to keep 
customers happy, but in case you haven't noticed, the goal and expert goal are 
quite high for being level 5 in the game, compared to Diner Dash 2. Well, the 
drink station will solve that problem. Be careful, though, because serving 
drinks will disrupt chains.

Level 6
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Goal: $7000
Expert Goal: $9000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 5
Challenges: Turbulence
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Mop

Great. Now you've got to deal with turbulence, but only for this level. This 
means that whenever the ship shakes, drinks may spill. Be swift with the mop. 
Although mopping is chainable (and worth some big points if you CAN chain it), 
it's another thing that can break chains, too.

Level 7
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Goal: $6000
Expert Goal: $8000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 5
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: Family
New Objects: Highchairs

Your third customer type is the family. Families tip & have the patience of 
young ladies, but the baby cries when the group gets angry, or when they don't 
have a highchair. AND the family can make spills of their own. Fun, I know. 
And if the baby starts crying, then nearby customers hear the noise, and they 
get angry. Well, if you can give the families quick service and provide them 
with highchairs, then everything is peaceful, right?

Level 8
************
Goal: $6200
Expert Goal: $9000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 6
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

This level's expert goal is a bit difficult, but not too hard. You'll have to 
do longer chaining to get it, though. 6 tables means more business, but also 
more places to seat customers. It shouldn't be that difficult.

Level 9
************
Goal: $7000
Expert Goal: $9500
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 6
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: 2 Moms & Babies
New Objects: N/A

You'll need to grab double highchairs for the double moms & babies, or else 
even if one baby has a highchair, the other will still cry. Oh, and DO NOT 
seat moms & babies at 2-top tables, or else there won't be any room for 
highchairs PERIOD! By now your restaurant should also be looking better. When 
I chose my decorations, I chose the tables & chairs, the counter, the pool, 
and the umbrellas.

Level 10
************
Goal: $7500
Expert Goal: $10000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 4/10
Tables: 8
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

This shift is a piece of cake. You have 8 tables, which would usually mean 
that the level's going to be harder, but in this case, it makes it easier. You 
don't have to worry quite as much about chaining this time, but do it anyway 
if you'd like.

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Restaurant #2: Train
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After Flo & Darla finish their journey through the cruise ship, they take a 
taxi to Grand Central Station so that they can hop on for a ride, but Flo 
leaves her luggage in the taxi. They don't realize it until they get on board, 
inside of the train's restaurant. The restaurant doesn't have the best service 
though... Flo needs to get her luggage back, so Darla suggests that they help 
out by working in the diner. Darla doesn't mind, but she still is looking 
forward to a real vacation... oh, and if you thought that Flo's closet would 
be wiped out, all of her clothes from the cruise ship are still here, quite 
oddly. As in all Diner Dash games, the customer color has increased. Expect 
some new challenges aboard the train, but this isn't too difficult. In this 
restaurant, there are 6 different upgrades, and you still only use 4 of them. 
I chose all of them but the tables and the chandelier, but you can choose any 
that you want:

1. Tables & Chairs
2. Counter
3. Grandfather Clock
4. Shelves
5. Chandelier
6. Wall Lights

Level 11
*************
Goal: $4500
Expert Goal: $6200
Upgrades: N/A
Difficulty: 4/10
Tables: 4
Challenges: Turbulence
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

This level isn't that bad. Just watch out whenever the train shakes- expect 
some drink spills. Don't be too long on chaining; you can still achieve the 
expert goal if you make short chains- 2 or 3 groups.

Level 12
*************
Goal: $5000
Expert Goal: $8000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 4
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: Lovebirds
New Objects: N/A

We're meeting a new pair of customers today, the lovebirds: your fourth 
customer type. They're very patient at the table, but they smooch randomly 
throughout their meal. Watch out, because it annoys all customers but families 
at this point. And lovebirds only sit at tables for 2, which isn't that bad 
now, but it can cause problems in later levels. Also, the expert goal is kind 
of steep. This level will require some bigger chains of 4 to make it through. 
I don't think that it'll take a strategic table, though.

Level 13
*************
Goal: $7800
Expert Goal: $9700
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 5
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Lemonade Pitcher

Now that you have lemonade to serve (or atleast that's what I think it is... 
maybe it's punch, I don't know), it's a bit easier. And you've got an extra 
table.

Level 14
*************
Goal: $8800
Expert Goal: $11000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 5
Challenges: Turbulence?
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

Maybe it's just some of our discs, but for some odd reason, the train doesn't 
shake at all, so don't get hyped up about it. The difficulty hasn't really 
dropped any, or increased at all, thankfully. It'll get even easier once you 
have the podium at your aid... that will be very soon!

Level 15
*************
Goal: $8000
Expert Goal: $10500
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 4/10
Tables: 5
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Podium

Not only have the goal and expert goal dropped, but you have the podium now, 
which makes life a lot easier- easier for chaining, too. And we've got another 
glitch... or maybe it was meant to be... some businesswomen groups come in 
later on, and as veterans know, they're impatient. Well, this is the only time 
that you'll see them until the fourth restaurant, luckily. Use the podium to 
keep them happy.

Level 16
*************
Goal: $8500
Expert Goal: $10500
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 4/10
Tables: 5
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: Bookworm
New Objects: N/A

One more customer type has come: the bookworm. Atleast they're patient. But 
they HATE noise and kissing, so watch out where you seat them. Color matching 
for the 6-top table can earn you some major points this shift; don't screw it 
up and seat them so that none of them get a color bonus.

Level 17
*************
Goal: $7000
Expert Goal: $8500
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 6
Challenges: Blackout
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

Are you ready for another blackout level? This time you have 6 tables... yes, 
it'll be a bit more difficult, but you can make it. The only thing that is 
troublesome besides the power cut is that more families are coming through; if 
the babies get to cry, then the bookworms will get angry.

Level 18
*************
Goal: $11000
Expert Goal: $14000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 6
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Chocolate Cake Station

I'm not sure if it's cake or not, but that's sure what it looks like. This 
level is only difficult because the goal and the expert goal have rocketed. If 
you haven't been making long chains so far, this is the level to do so, but 
only for this level. Also, in case you don't know, you can't pick up any more 
dessert trays than there is demand for. This is what makes dessert chaining a 
bit harder than Diner Dash 2. Oh, and always serve dessert unless your 
customers are really getting angry in line and you don't have time to stand at 
the podium. That shouldn't happen in this level, though.

Level 19
*************
Goal: $8500
Expert Goal: $12000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 7
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: Father & Son
New Objects: Staff Phone

A couple of new things this shift: first of all, the staff phone can be used 
once during the shift to call in a staff helper for a short amount of time. 
You have 4 choices: the busser (I never use him) that gives checks and clear 
dishes for you, the drink server, who serves continuous drinks (he's pretty 
helpful), the hostess, who stands at the podium for you (she's pretty good, 
but only use her when customers in line are getting angry and you have too 
much work to do at the tables), and the entertainer (in this restaurant, the 
pianist), who plays tunes throughout the shift. And you'll see a father & son 
group shift. They're like other families, except they don't need a highchair 
and they don't make noise. They do spill drinks, though. You'll also see a 
senior with a mom & dad; this group behaves much like the regular family.

Level 20
*************
Goal: $11000
Expert Goal: $14000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 7
Challenges: Color-Matching
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

I hate these levels. This one isn't so bad, though, because no cellphone 
addicts to work with. In this level, customers only sit in seats that match 
their colors. This isn't too bad, but in this level, they don't give you many 
starting colors to work with. My only advice is to not seat anybody at the 6-
top table that doesn't go there. You could very well make it so that no group 
of six can sit there anymore. Other than that, it isn't too difficult. You can 
really earn a lot of your points from just color-matching.

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Restaurant #3- Submarine
################################

While Flo & Darla wave to the people on the train after getting off, some guys 
steal Flo's luggage (why, I don't know). Then, as Darla spots a cool submarine 
place, Flo realizes that she lost her luggage. They get on the submarine, and 
once again, the restaurant employees are doing a bad job. Flo wants to work 
one more time to get her stuff back... this restaurant calls for some harder 
levels and new challenges (veterans of Diner Dash 2 will be seeing their 
favorite customer of all time... WRONG!!!). You have a new customer color, 
two, which makes four of them, and now any group that leaves your restaurant 
angry will cut your points by 750. These are all of the upgrades ready for the 
submarine. I used the first four, but once again, you can use any that you'd 
like:

1. Tables & Chairs
2. Counter
3. Star Pillars
4. Helmet
5. Anchor
6. Periscope

Level 21
*************
Goal: $6000
Expert Goal: $9000
Upgrades: N/A
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 5
Challenges: Turbulence
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

This level is pretty hard, even for being the first one of the restaurant. 
What makes it hard is that you don't have a podium or a drink station. I've 
got a good strategy table below, but if you don't want full information, 
you'll need to get some pretty long chains here. The turbulence doesn't really 
help, either. Watch the customers in line: you may see some angry faces this 
time. Oh, and I like the music in this section. It's nice and calm. :) Here's 
the table layout; match the numbers to the table numbers shown in the strategy 
part.

----------
|        |    ----------    ----------
|   1    |    |   2    |    |   3    |
----------    ----------    ----------

              ----------
              |        |
              |   4    |
              ----------

              ----------
              |        |
              |   5    |
              ----------

Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
***********************************************************************
2 Tourists		1		2/4/5
2 Tourists		1		2/4/5
Family			1		1
2 Bookworms		1		3		<-- Don't chain check & dishes
2 Young Ladies		1		2/4/5
Family			2		1/4
2 Lovebirds		2		2/3
4 Bookworms		2		5
Family			2		1/4
2 Lovebirds		2		2/3
2 Bookworms		3		1/2/3		Don't chain first two checks &
2 Young Ladies		3		4		dishes of chain 3; seat chain
Family			3		5		4 immediately after clearing
2 Bookworms		3		1/2/3		first two dish sets
2 Tourists		3		1/2/3
2 Lovebirds		4		Anywhere
Family			4		Anywhere
***********************************************************************

Level 22
*************
Goal: $7000
Expert Goal: $9000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 5
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: Kindly Senior
New Objects: Podium

6 customer types already... well, the seniors don't cause too much trouble, 
however. They are slow, though, so you can time them well with the bookworms & 
lovebirds. With the podium, you can also chain better in this level if you 
want to.

Level 23
*************
Goal: $9000
Expert Goal: $11000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 6
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Shrimp Stand

More tourists mean more picture taking and more impatient customers. Although 
you still don't have a drink station, the shrimp will cheer customers up if 
you serve some to them. For those of you who have never played any Diner Dash 
games but this one, people request snacks randomly at two points in their 
meal: while they're ordering or while they're eating.

Level 24
*************
Goal: $9000
Expert Goal: $11500
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 6
Challenges: Turbulence
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Beer Tap

This level is a bit easier now that you have some ice-cold beer to serve... 
ahem, let's hope that those lovebirds aren't underage! Be ready for tons of 
drink spills this time; now the shakes will cause more drinks to spill than in 
past turbulence levels.

Level 25
*************
Goal: $11000
Expert Goal: $13500
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 6
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Sorbet Station

The sorbet sure does look more like sherbet... oh well; now you have dessert 
to serve, so don't be keen to give checks away so soon in this level. Bigger 
parties do mean bigger tips, but they've really made the goal and expert goal 
high, and I've found that longer chaining will be required to earn your expert 
goal. But have a bit of fun in this level, because starting in the next level, 
your shifts will no longer be a ride in the park... you'll see why. :)

Level 26
*************
Goal: $7000
Expert Goal: $8800
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 7
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: Cellphone Addict
New Objects: N/A

Your seventh customer type has shown up in the restaurant. Although they say 
that families don't mind cellphone addicts, no families are going to be 
showing up because it's all 2-top tables! The table arrangement is helpful, 
though. Luckily in this game you have lovebirds as noise blockers, too, so now 
you're finding their purpose. This shift isn't too hard, but later ones are 
when the tables move around.

Level 27
*************
Goal: $8500
Expert Goal: $10500
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 6
Challenges: Blackout
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

Ack! Another power outage, but this one is more difficult than the others, 
because now customers can request both snacks & dessert, which will now be 
hard to see unless you shine your flashlight on all the customers to check. 
And you have cell addicts, who are already hard to deal with, but now in the 
dark? Luckily, you don't have too many groups of them, and you also have 
families at your aid. This shouldn't require a detailed strategy, since the 
goal is lower than usual.

Level 28
*************
Goal: $10500
Expert Goal: $13000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 7
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Staff Phone

The lights are back on, but now it's father & son day, which is actually 
helpful. They can be used to block noises from cell addicts. But don't be 
surprised when you find out that they threw in plenty of bookworms, too. Oh, 
and don't forget that you have a staff phone to help out. The entertainer in 
this restaurant is a harpist, by the way.

Level 29
*************
Goal: $11000
Expert Goal: $14000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 7
Challenges: Snack Rush
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

Keep a good eye out for snack requests this shift. The customers are 
apparently going crazy over our delicious shrimp. The table arrangement, 
however, is the most difficult thing about this level. It's quite hard to work 
with, so I've provided a more detailed strategy that may help some more. If 
you don't want to use the strategy, I will help you out by saying that the 
hostess is probably your best choice of staff member this shift. Here is the 
table diagram:

              ----------    ----------
              |   1    |    |   2    |
              ----------    ----------

              ----------    ----------
----------    |        |    |        |
|   3    |    |   4    |    |   5    |
----------    ----------    ----------

----------    ----------
|        |    |        |
|   6    |    |   7    |
|        |    |        |
----------    ----------

Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
*********************************************************************
6 Bookworms		1		6
6 Young Ladies		1		7
4 Cellphone Addicts	1		5
2 Lovebirds		1		2
Family			1		4
4 Seniors		2		5
Family			2		4/6
2 Tourists		1		3
6 Cellphone Addicts	2		7
4 Seniors		3		4/5
6 Bookworms		3		6/7
2 Young Ladies		2		1/2/3		Phone hostess after serving
Family			2		4/6		chain 2 foods
2 Tourists		2		1/2/3
2 Lovebirds		2		1/2/3
4 Young Ladies		3		1/2/3
4 Cellphone Addicts	4		Anywhere
4 Young Ladies		3		4/5
6 Bookworms		3		6/7
2 Tourists		3		1/2/3
2 Lovebirds		3		1/2/3
4 Cellphone Addicts	4		Anywhere
*********************************************************************

Level 30
*************
Goal: $11000
Expert Goal: $13000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 8
Challenges: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

This level is another challenge. I have another table strategy shown below, 
but this level has yet another table, and everything is quite wide open, 
especially all the 6-top tables. The only things that make it a bit easier is 
that the expert goal has dropped $1000 and there aren't near as many shrimp 
requests. Here is a table diagram, and although it's not fancy, it should 
help.

----------                ----------
|   1    |                |   2    |
----------                ----------

----------   ----------   ----------
|        |   |        |   |        |
|   3    |   |   4    |   |   5    |
----------   ----------   ----------

----------   ----------   ----------
|        |   |        |   |        |
|   6    |   |   7    |   |   8    |
|        |   |        |   |        |
----------   ----------   ----------

Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
*********************************************************************
2 Moms & Babies		1		3/7
2 Tourists		1		2/5
4 Seniors		1		4
6 Cellphone Addicts	1		6
Family			1		3/7
6 Bookworms		2		7/8
6 Young Ladies		1		8
4 Bookworms		2		7/8
2 Tourists		1		2/5
4 Cellphone Addicts	2		3
Family			2		4
6 Young Ladies		2		6		<-- Serve drinks continuously
6 Bookworms		3		6
2 Cellphone Addicts	2		1
2 Tourists		2		2/5		Phone drink server during
2 Seniors		2		2/5		chain 2
2 Moms & Babies		3		2
2 Lovebirds		3		5
6 Bookworms		4		Anywhere
6 Cellphone Addicts	3		8
2 Tourists		3		1/3
Family			3		7
2 Tourists		3		1/3
*********************************************************************

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Restaurant #4: Blimp
###########################

Are you ready to take on the blimp? Flo & Darla are pretty tired after working 
in the submarine, and are ready for their vacation. They could really use a 
lift in a blimp nearby, but as they are being pulled up through the chute, 
Flo's luggage lock breaks and all of her clothes go flying through the air. 
She claims that she has no idea how the lock broke, and you see the same 
scenario as with every location; they're sitting in a restaurant, and behind 
them is chaos and angry customers. Darla says that this is the LAST time, 
though. No surprise here; now you have to work in the blimp. Some of these 
levels are more challenging, and you also get your final customer color 
addition, and now any group that leaves unhappy will cost you 1000 points- try 
not to let ANYBODY leave! Oh, and enjoy the music, it's my favorite theme in 
the game (and this is my favorite restaurant, too). Once again, there are 6 
upgrades that you can choose from in the blimp. I chose the first four when I 
went through it:

1. Tables & Chairs
2. Counter
3. Painting
4. Jukebox
5. Records
6. Binoculars

Level 31
*************
Goal: $6000
Expert Goal: $8000
Upgrades: N/A
Difficulty: 8/10
Tables: 4
Challenge: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Milkshake Machine

Not to mention those heavenly milkshakes? Milkshakes are what keep you alive 
in this level. This is pretty difficult. Without a podium, things can go 
terribly wrong. 4 tables... all smashed together... and a total of 4 cell 
addict groups. Fun, I know. The expert goal is very hard. That's why I've put 
in a table. This table is hard to follow, but I think it's the best way to get 
through this level. Chain 3 and 5 are very difficult; you must serve 
milkshakes continuously to the groups annoyed by cellphone addicts, and you 
must seat the addicts quickly that are in chain 4, because they get angry 
quickly. There just isn't any other way to make it work, so in this level, 
you'll be forced to put some people where they don't want to be. Also, in the 
transition from chain 4 to 5, clear the cellphone addict group's dishes, and 
then seat chain 5. The seniors will have to wait for the family to leave. Let 
the family finish and then clear their dishes. Also, in chain 5 to chain 6 
clear the cell addicts and the ladies' dishes so that you can immediately seat 
chain 6. Here's a simple table diagram to go along with the strategy.

----------    ----------
|   1    |    |   2    |
----------    ----------

----------    ----------
|        |    |        |
|   3    |    |   4    |
----------    |        |
              ----------

Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
**********************************************************************
4 Young Ladies		1		3
2 Cellphone Addicts	1		2
2 Tourists		2		2		<-- Serve drinks
6 Bookworms		2		4		<-- Serve drinks
2 Lovebirds		2		1
2 Moms & Babies		2		3
2 Young Ladies		3		1		<-- Serve drinks continuously
4 Bookworms		3		3		<-- Don't chain check & dishes
2 Cellphone Addicts	3		2
2 Tourists		3		4		<-- Serve drinks continuously
6 Cellphone Addicts	4		4		<-- Seat quickly, serve drinks
Family			4		3		<-- Don't chain check & dishes
3 Seniors		5		3		<-- Serve drinks continuously
6 Young Ladies		5		4
2 Cellphone Addicts	5		1
2 Lovebirds		5		2
2 Bookworms		6		Anywhere	<-- Serve drinks
2 Young Ladies		6		Anywhere	<-- Serve drinks
**********************************************************************

Level 32
*************
Goal: $6500
Expert Goal: $8000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 5
Challenge: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Podium

The podium really makes things easier this shift, especially since it's Blimp 
Babies Day (snazzy name, huh?). You should know that it's OK to seat moms & 
babies at the 2-top tables, as long as you have customers surrounding them 
that don't mind noise. You should try this during the shift, because you can 
get bigger color bonuses, since most of the mom pairs are color-matched.

Level 33
*************
Goal: $8500
Expert Goal: $10500
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 7
Challenge: N/A
New Customers: Jogger
New Objects: French Fries Basket

The customer type has increased once more, but now it's for the better. 
Joggers don't mind any noise; so don't be afraid to seat them next to cell 
addicts. The table arrangement really helps, too. Watch out for requests for 
fries. There seem to be a lot of them.

Level 34
*************
Goal: $10000
Expert Goal: $13500
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 8
Challenge: Turbulence
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

This is another shift with an overload of tables and the crazy cellphone 
addicts- not to mention the shaking. Well, now you have joggers to help you, 
and the goal isn't too hard to accomplish. I'm going to go ahead and post a 
strategy, along with the next level, because although the goals are easy, the 
seating is not.

----------                  ----------
|   1    |                  |   2    |
----------                  ----------

----------                  ----------
|        |    ----------    |        |
|   3    |    |   4    |    |   5    |
----------    ----------    ----------

----------    ----------    ----------
|        |    |        |    |        |
|   6    |    |   7    |    |   8    |
|        |    ----------    |        |
----------                  ----------

Customer Type			Chain		Table
********************************************************************
2 Tourists			1		2/4
6 Cellphone Addicts		1		6
4 Joggers			1		3/7
4 Bookworms			1		5
2 Lovebirds			1		2/4
2 Tourists			2		2/7/8
2 Cellphone Addicts		1		1
4 Joggers			1		3/7
6 Seniors			1		8
4 Bookworms			2		3
2 Bookworms			2		1/4
2 Moms & Babies			2		5
6 Seniors			2		6
2 Tourists			2		2/7/8
2 Lovebirds			3		1/4
2 Seniors			2		1/4
6 Cellphone Addicts		3		8
4 Joggers			3		5/7
2 Tourists			2		2/7/8
2 Young Ladies			3		1/4
2 Cellphone Addicts		3		2
4 Young Ladies			3		6
********************************************************************

Level 35
*************
Goal: $9500
Expert Goal: $11500
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 8
Challenge: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Staff Phone

This shift has the same table arrangement as the last, but atleast in this 
shift the goal has gone down, and now you have the staff phone (and your 
entertainer for this restaurant is a singer with puffy hair). The hostess is a 
pretty good choice for this and the next level- especially since there are so 
many tables to work with... it's hard, but you can make it. I'll put in 
another strategy, since this level calls for some more painful cellphone 
addicts. The table arrangement is the same as the previous level, so just 
refer to it for your tables.

Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
*********************************************************************
2 Moms & Babies		1		3		Phone hostess after seating
4 Joggers		3		3		chain 1 customers.
2 Cellphone Addicts	1		1
2 Tourists		1		2/4
6 Bookworms		1		6/8
6 Seniors		1		6/8
Family			2		8
2 Bookworms		1		2/4
6 Cellphone Addicts	3		6/8
2 Moms & Babies		1		7
4 Joggers		3		5/7
4 Young Ladies		2		3/7
2 Lovebirds		2		1/2/4
6 Bookworms		2		6
2 Tourists		2		1/2/4
Family			4		Anywhere
6 Cellphone Addicts	3		6/8
2 Lovebirds		2		1/2/4
4 Young Ladies		2		3/7
2 Moms & Babies		3		5/7
4 Seniors		3		Anywhere
6 Joggers		4		Anywhere
*********************************************************************

Level 36
*************
Goal: $10000
Expert Goal: $12500
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 4
Challenge: N/A
New Customers: Businesswoman
New Objects: Banana Split Station

Ooh, everyone's favorite customer is now on board, the cranky, grumpy, old 
businesswoman. That makes a total of 9 customer types... thank goodness this 
is the last one. And don't forget that you're serving banana split ice cream 
for dessert now. Also, for those of you who don't know it, joggers never 
request dessert, so don't become puzzled when they don't ask for it.

Level 37
*************
Goal: $9500
Expert Goal: $11500
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 5
Challenge: Blackout
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

Another blackout level... atleast this one isn't a pushover. 5 tables aren't 
too hard. More businesswomen will also be coming through, too.

Level 38
*************
Goal: $10000
Expert Goal: $12000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 5/10
Tables: 4 + Bar
Challenge: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

Now you've got the bar in your restaurant. This is an old Diner Dash feature, 
but in this game, only one pair of customers never sit at the bar, and that's 
the lovebirds. Always reserve the pair of two-top tables for any that come in; 
tourists can go at the bar. Also, since highchairs don't fit at the bar, 
families are counted like cell addicts unless you have joggers next to them 
(or cellphone addicts themselves!). And speaking of joggers, watch out, 
because one group of 6 comes in- and there's no 6-top table, so you're forced 
to place them at the bar.

Level 39
*************
Goal: $16000
Expert Goal: $19000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 4 + Bar
Challenge: Color-Matching
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

I hate these levels. The nice thing is that they provided you with starting 
colors so that you don't have a choice on screwing things up by seating 
customers differently to begin with, unlike in the last level of the train. 
Well, atleast you can earn points from major color bonuses.

Level 40
*************
Goal: $19500
Expert Goal: $22500
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 4 + Bar
Challenge: Color-Matching
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

I thought this level's goal & expert goal weren't terribly high considering 
all of the color bonuses that you get throughout it, but I do believe that 
some of the seating & chaining can be a bit difficult, so a more detailed 
layout is shown below. For those of you who don't want the detailed version, 
then I will give you a few hints. Whenever you get a group that has three 
different colors in it, they will always fit at either the center of the bar 
or at the top-left table. The bar is divided into two halves; the top 4 spots 
are a mix of red & blue, while the bottom four spots are a mix of yellow & 
green. This means that the four central spots can seat groups of 3 or 4 
different colors no matter what.

Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
************************************************************************
4 Seniors		1		2
2 Tourists		1		Bar 5,6
4 Business Women	1		Bar 1,2,3,4
2 Lovebirds		1		3
2 Young Ladies		1		1
Family			1		4
2 Young Ladies		1		Bar 7,8
3 Business Women	2		1`		Phone hostess after seating
2 Cellphone Addicts	2		Bar 1,2		chain #2.
2 Joggers		2		Bar 3,4
4 Bookworms		2		4
2 Tourists		4		1
4 Seniors		4		2
2 Business Women	2		2
2 Young Ladies		2		3
4 Business Women	2		Bar 5,6,7,8
4 Joggers		3		2
2 Seniors		4		Bar 1,2
Family			3		4
3 Young Ladies		3		1
4 Joggers		3		Bar 3,4,5,6
2 Cellphone Addicts	3		Bar 1,2
************************************************************************

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Restaurant #5- Rocket
#############################

So, after our hard-working team gets out of the blimp, they're really in need 
of a vacation now. Then, out of nowhere, comes a limousine with a man the 
steps out. He owns all of the restaurants, and he congratulates the two, but 
now wants them to work in his new restaurant- it's out of this world... 
anyway, now any group that leaves will cut your points by 2000. This 
restaurant is very hard: especially some of the expert goals. There are 2 in 
here that I still haven't managed to get, but once I do find a perfect 
solution for them, I'll post their strategy tables. Atleast the customer color 
doesn't increase...! These are the upgrades ready for the spaceship, I chose 
all but the fifth one:

1. Tables & Chairs
2. Counter
3. Walkway
4. Computers
5. Control Center

Level 41
*************
Goal: $12000
Expert Goal: $16000
Upgrades: N/A
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 5
Challenge: Turbulence
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

It isn't a surprise; the first level of this restaurant is difficult. No 
podium, no drink station... well, I have to admit that it is easier than the 
first level of the previous restaurant, especially the table arrangement, and 
also because now you have the extra hands from your robot assistant! Place 
joggers, lovebirds, or fathers & sons at the central table and it doesn't 
matter who you place around them, because they'll block off everyone's noises. 
It's a little risky when placing lovebirds at that table, however, because if 
they to smooching, then it can go the exact opposite way, where everyone sees 
the kissing. Here's a more strategic table, though, since I think that this 
level is a little bit heavy on the expert goal.

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Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
************************************************************************ 
4 Young Ladies		1		1/5
4 Cellphone Addicts	1		1/5
2 Tourists		1		2/4
4 Bookworms		2		1/5
Family			2		1/5
2 Lovebirds		2		4
2 Bookworms		2		2
Father & Son		2		3
4 Young Ladies		3		1/5
2 Joggers		3		3/4
4 Cellphone Addicts	3		1/5
2 Bookworms		3		2
2 Seniors		4		2/4
Father & Son		3		3/4
2 Lovebirds		4		3
2 Bookworms		4		1/5
2 Seniors		4		2/4
3 Cellphone Addicts	4		1/5
4 Young Ladies		5		1/5		Clear chain 5 dishes except
2 Tourists		5		2/4		for group of seniors, and seat
3 Bookworms		6		Anywhere	chain 6.
Dad, Mom, & Senior	5		1/5
2 Seniors		5		2/4
2 Lovebirds		6		Anywhere
2 Tourists		6		Anywhere
************************************************************************

Level 42
*************
Goal: $16000
Expert Goal: $20000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 5
Challenge: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Galactic Punch Dispenser, Podium

I didn't make an expert goal table for this level because I think that you can 
probably figure it out. Make really long chains; seating is once again a bit 
easier this time. Don't be afraid to seat any pairs of cellphone addicts at 
the top-right 4-top table, either. And watch your color bonuses. They can be 
really handy when achieving the expert goal.

Level 43
*************
Goal: $25000
Expert Goal: $30000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 9/10
Tables: 6
Challenge: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Onion Rings Table

The expert goal is very tough for this level, that's why the difficulty is so 
high. I did finally get the expert goal for this level, but I will tell you 
one very important thing; color matching is key to getting through this level. 
Still, I only made it over by 2000 points... it's really steep. You NEED to be 
good at color matching in order to make it. The top left table is for large 
groups that have yellow in them. If you build up one colored seat to where the 
flag says "x4," then try very hard to always seat customers in this seat, or 
if you don't have any x4s, try x3 flags. They'll earn you some major points. 
Also, plan how you're going to seat customers at a table. If you want, stand 
at the podium continuously while you're dragging customers over to the tables 
and simply maneuvering them around their table (which is shown in the strategy 
diagram below) so that you can plan their color seating. It's very, VERY 
important to make it through. Part of it is also luck, because now you're 
serving onion ring appetizers, and there was one time that I tried it where I 
got barely any requests; another time I tried it and I chained together tons 
of snacks for some big points. It really is about luck on that part. And watch 
out when you seat a chain of customers. With all scientists, you'll be seeing 
mostly groups of seniors, bookworms, and businesswomen, with a few groups of 
cell addicts thrown in for good measure. This means that you have an uneven 
balance of speed; bookworms & seniors are very slow, while businesswomen and 
cell addicts zip through. Try to seat them according to how fast they are. 
Here's the table diagram and the strategy for this level.

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Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
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6 Seniors		1		5
4 Seniors		1		2
5 Bookworms		1		1
2 Seniors		1		6
4 Bookworms		1		3
6 Seniors		1		4
2 Seniors		2		6
4 Business Women	2		3
4 Business Women	2		5
4 Seniors		2		2
1 Bookworm		3		6
6 Seniors		2		4
6 Seniors		2		1
6 Bookworms		3		4/5
2 Cellphone Addicts	4		6
4 Bookworms		3		2
4 Bookworms		3		3
6 Seniors		3		4/5
4 Business Women	3		1
6 Seniors		5		5
6 Seniors		4		1
4 Bookworms		5		4
6 Business Women	4		5		<-- Serve drinks continuously
4 Seniors		4		3		<-- Serve drinks continuously
6 Business Women	4		4
4 Bookworms		4		2
4 Cellphone Addicts	5		3
6 Bookworms		5		1
************************************************************************

Level 44
*************
Goal: $20000
Expert Goal: $25000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 8
Challenge: Turbulence
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Milky Way CrŠme Brule Station

Dessert already? Now customers can request that after they finish eating, so 
don't be pressing on them once they're dishes are cleared. This level is a 
pain for two reasons: the amount of tables (and the arrangement itself) and 
the turbulent skies. You'll really have to use that mop this shift. I have a 
plan for the expert goal, which is shown below in case you need a bit of help. 
There'll be a couple of points where you're forced to place customers next to 
cell addicts that don't want to be, but serve them galactic punch continuously 
to fix the problem.

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Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
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6 Business Women	1		3/6
6 Young Ladies		1		3/6
4 Bookworms		1		4
4 Cellphone Addicts	1		8
4 Joggers		1		7
Family			1		5
2 Young Ladies		1		1
4 Cellphone Addicts	2		8
6 Business Women	2		3/6
6 Young Ladies		2		3/6
Family			2		5
6 Cellphone Addicts	3		3/6
2 Joggers		2		7
6 Young Ladies		4		3/6		<-- Serve drinks continuously
6 Seniors		6		Anywhere
Father & Son		2		2
6 Cellphone Addicts	3		3/6
4 Joggers		3		4/7
6 Young Ladies		5		3/6
4 Business Women	2		4
2 Bookworms		2		1
2 Moms & Babies		3		4/7
2 Tourists		3		1/2
3 Young Ladies		3		5/8
6 Cellphone Addicts	4		3
4 Business Women	3		5/8
5 Young Ladies		5		3/6
2 Tourists		4		1/2
2 Lovebirds		3		1/2
***********************************************************************

Level 45
*************
Goal: $15000
Expert Goal: $20000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 9/10
Tables: 5
Challenge: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

The expert goal is a lot of pressure. It took me very long to get the expert 
score, but now that I have gotten it, the strategy is shown below. It's very 
tough. Snack requests should NEVER be ignored, and try to chain as many snacks 
as possible. I only beat it by a little over 500 points when I used this 
method, though... once again, color matching is very critical. That's why I've 
shown all of the customers for specific seating. I'm serious. All of the 
tables but table #3 should be closely watched when color-matching. Table #2 is 
always the same; tables 1, 4, and 5 can be broken, but only for a few seats. 
If you see flags that say x3 or x4, then try not to break that color match. 
Here is the table diagram and the strategy that should hopefully get you 
through.

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Customer Type			Chain			Table
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2 Young Ladies			1			5
2 Lovebirds			1			2
2 Lovebirds			1			3
4 Bookworms			1			1
6 Business Women		1			4
2 Tourists			2			5
2 Moms & Babies			2			2
2 Young Ladies			4			1
2 Joggers			2			3
6 Business Women		2			4
4 Seniors			2			1
Father & Son 			3			3
6 Business Women		3			4
4 Young Ladies			3			5
2 Tourists			3			2
4 Cellphone Addicts		3			1
6 Business Women		4			4
1 Young Lady			4			2
4 Bookworms			5			5
Family				4			5
********************************************************************

Level 46
*************
Goal: $34000
Expert Goal: $39000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 6/10
Tables: 7
Challenge: Color-Matching
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: Staff Phone

The difficulty has dropped quite a bit, but you do have to match colors in 
this level. Luckily, most of the tables have one color for them. The two 4-top 
tables have mixed colors, though. It's quite funny that they gave you quite a 
few pairs of yellow cellphone addicts, isn't it? The only place that they can 
go is right in the center... :) This level shouldn't take a strategy table, 
since you now can call in for help. I'd call in the hostess, because the line 
will still build up well. Oh, and your entertainer is an alien trumpeter for 
this restaurant. In case you find it to be too difficult, then I've got a 
table diagram & strategy shown below.

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Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
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2 Young Ladies		1		1
2 Lovebirds		1		4
2 Lovebirds		1		5
2 Cellphone Addicts	1		3
3 Bookworms		1		7
1 Young Lady		2		5
Father & Son		2		3
1 Tourist		2		4
2 Young Ladies		1		2		<-- Serve drinks continuously
4 Joggers		1		6
3 Bookworms		2		6
3 Business Women	2		7
2 Moms & Babies		3		4
2 Young Ladies		3		5		<-- Serve drinks continuously
1 Cellphone Addicts	3		3
2 Tourists		4		4
2 Young Ladies		2		1		Phone hostess after seating
2 Tourists		2		2		chain #2.
2 Joggers		4		3
2 Joggers		3		6
1 Cellphone Addict	3		2
2 Lovebirds		3		1
3 Business Women	3		7		<-- Serve drinks continuously
1 Bookworm		5		4
3 Young Ladies		4		6
2 Joggers		5		3
1 Business Woman	4		5
2 Tourists		4		2
2 Bookworms		4		7
2 Lovebirds		4		1
3 Cellphone Addicts	5		6
************************************************************************

Level 47
*************
Goal: $20000
Expert Goal: $25000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 5 + Bar
Challenge: N/A
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

The bar is now in your rocket restaurant. Be careful with the bar in this 
game; unlike in Diner Dash 2, noise from the bar travels over to the tables, 
and noise from the tables travels over to the bar. This doesn't mean that if 
one noisy group is at the bar that it travels over to all of the tables. If 
you had one cell addict at the last spot on the bar, the noise would travel 
over to the nearby table, not all of them close to it.

Level 48
*************
Goal: $20000
Expert Goal: $25000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 8/10
Tables: 5 + Bar
Challenge: Blackout
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

What? We're inside of a black hole? Although the designers were trying to be 
funny by saying this, this level is tough if you've done badly in other power 
cuts. It's definitely the hardest of all blackouts, though, so a strategy is 
shown below. I think that you should be able to make it through without, but 
the expert goal is a lot of pressure. Follow it closely, and make sure that 
you're only seating lovebirds at those tables for 2. They seem to think that 
this power cut is romantic. :) Just so that I don't have to put in a whole 
column of "Other Notes," I'll go ahead and tell you that the 4 businesswomen 
in chain #2 next to the 1 cellphone guy need continuous drinks. Phone the 
drink server if you'd like, although I found the hostess to be your best 
choice overall.

Bar
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|   5    |
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|   6    |       |        |    |        |
|        |       |   4    |    |   5    |
|   7    |       ----------    ----------
|        |
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Customer Type			Chain			Table
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2 Lovebirds			1			1/3
2 Lovebirds			1			1/3
2 Young Ladies			1			2/4/5
3 Business Women		1			Bar 6,7,8
2 Seniors			1			2/4/5
3 Cellphone Addicts		1			Bar 1,2,3
2 Lovebirds			2			1/3
4 Young Ladies			1			2/4/5
1 Cellphone Addicts		2			Bar 1
2 Tourists			2			Bar 7,8
2 Joggers			1			Bar 4,5
4 Business Women		2			Bar 2,3,4,5
2 Young Ladies			2			2/4/5
2 Lovebirds			2			1/3
1 Tourist			2			Bar 6
4 Business Women		2			2/4/5
5 Young Ladies			4			Bar 1,2,3,4,5
Family				3			2/4
2 Cellphone Addicts		3			Bar 1,2
2 Business Women		2			2/4/5
2 Lovebirds			3			1/3
2 Lovebirds			3			1/3
2 Joggers			3			Bar 3,4
Family				3			2/4
1 Young Lady			3			5
4 Cellphone Addicts		3			Bar 5,6,7,8
4 Joggers			4			2/4/5
2 Lovebirds			4			1/3
1 Business Woman		4			Bar 6/7/8
Family				4			2/4/5
2 Lovebirds			4			1/3
2 Tourists			4			2/4/5
**********************************************************************

Level 49
*************
Goal: $20000
Expert Goal: $25000
Upgrades: Decorations
Difficulty: 7/10
Tables: 6 + Bar
Challenge: Color Bonus Loss
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

Ha-ha, the black hole is gone, but it sucked away all of the colors. Funny. 
This level isn't too bad, either, atleast compared to some of them in this 
spaceship. Atleast now you don't have to spend 5 hours finding the right way 
to earn color bonuses. Careful, because now there are 3 tables closer to the 
bar, and if things get noisy over at the bar, it'll very well annoy customers 
at the tables.

Level 50
*************
Goal: $30000
Expert Goal: $40000
Upgrades: Clothes
Difficulty: 9/10
Tables: 5 + Bar
Challenge: Color-Matching
New Customers: N/A
New Objects: N/A

This level is very tough. It takes a lot of skill to get through. The most 
critical part of the level, and this is probably the only level that follows 
this rule, is the beginning. You HAVE to know where customers need to go in 
the beginning in order for anything to work out. In most color matching 
challenges, they give you starting colors, but in this one, they don't. And 
there are many combinations of colors. My original idea was OK for getting the 
expert score, but I found it to be a little too steep. My newest idea (this is 
actually the third one that I've posted) got me over the expert score by about 
7000 points, so that should be a wide enough range to get through it with 
anybody. Watch very carefully when using the strategy this shift, because 
sometimes it's confusing with everyone in only three different customer 
colors, purple, green, and yellow. And remember; if you screw anything up 
until all of the chairs have the right colors on them, then there's a good 
chance that you'll loose a couple of groups of so of customers.

NOTE: The fourth group of customers needs to be seated carefully at their 
table. There are 2 purple seniors and 2 green seniors within the group; 
arrange them so that the 2 purple ones are at the upper seats on the table and 
the two green ones are at the bottom 2 seats. This is critical so that you can 
seat a family later on and be able to give them a highchair without messing 
the colors up.

Bar
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|        |                     |   3    |
|   5    |       ----------    ----------
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Customer Type		Chain		Table		Other Notes
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Father & Son		1		2
2 Lovebirds		1		5
3 Bookworms		2		Bar 6,7,8
4 Seniors		1		3		<-- See note above
6 Cellphone Addicts	1		4
4 Joggers		1		Bar 5,6,7,8
4 Business Women	1		Bar 1,2,3,4
4 Young Ladies		2		3
6 Seniors		2		4
3 Bookworms		3		Bar 5,6,7	<-- Serve drinks continuously
3 Business Women	5		4		<-- Serve drinks continuously
4 Cellphone Addicts	3		3
Family			4		3
2 Tourists		2		5
1 Senior		2		Bar 5
4 Bookworms		2		1
2 Business Women	2		Bar 1,2
Family			3		Bar 2,3,4	Phone drink server during
2 Lovebirds		2		2		chain #3
2 Joggers		3		5
6 Business Women	3		4		<-- Serve drinks continuously
4 Seniors		4		Bar 5,6,7,8
2 Tourists		4		1
2 Joggers		4		5
6 Cellphone Addicts	3		1
2 Moms & Babies		3		2
3 Business Women	4		Bar 1,2,3
3 Young Ladies		4		4
6 Cellphone Addicts	5		1
4 Seniors		5		3
1 Young Lady		4		2
4 Joggers		5		Bar 1,2,3,4
*************************************************************************

Wow... if you can complete that level without using any help, and you can get 
the expert goal, too, then you're definitely a Diner Dash master. But now 
what? The man congratulates Flo & Darla for their hard work, but what now? 
What do they want? How about that Zero-G lounge... that's right, instead of 
kicking back, they're floating back! What a perfect ending! Then the credits 
roll, and your journey is over... wait a minute- have you gotten all the 
expert goals? Go back through and try to get each expert goal that you can. 
You can tell which levels you have the expert goal on, because instead of a 
floating buoy thingy, there'll be a star floating in the water.

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Part 8: Bonus Levels
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So, you've gotten all of the expert goals on a restaurant, eh? The game will 
inform you that you have unlocked a brand new secret level! To go to the 
secret levels menu, click on the button at the top right of the locations 
screen. There will be 5 different levels; if one says, "Ready," then you can 
click on it to enter a brand new level! These ones are just for fun... you'll 
notice a lot of groups contain mixes of the customers! Lots of them behave 
like business types, though, so you'll have to be quick. Noise does not apply 
in the bonus levels; so don't be afraid about the cell addicts.

Date Night
***************
Goal: $12000
Expert Goal: $15000
Location: Cruise Ship
Tables: 3 + Bar
Objects: Fruit Drink Blender, Flan Station, Mop
Customer Groups & Pairs:
  - Business Woman & Cellphone Addict (fits well, huh?)
  - Father & Young Lady (wait a minute...!)
  - Jogger, 2 Fathers, and Young Lady (4 must not be a crowd...)
  - Bookworm, 2 Young Ladies, and Cellphone Addict (how does that bookworm 
stand the noise?)

Ooh, you'll see some interesting couples and groups. The young lady and the 
father are quite impatient... atleast you don't have to worry about cell 
addict noises. And speaking of noises, how the heck does that bookworm in the 
foursome stand all of that noise? Beats me, but for those of you who played 
Diner Dash 2, you'll notice that the dessert served is the same as the flan 
from Margarita's Cantina.

Girl's Night Out
*********************
Goal: $10000
Expert Goal: $13750
Location: Train
Tables: 5
Objects: Lemonade Pitcher, Podium, Staff Phone
Customer Groups & Pairs:
- Business Woman & Young Lady
- Business Woman & Jogger
- Pair of Joggers
- Pair of Businesswomen
- Pair of Young Ladies
- Tourist, Jogger, Business Woman, & Young Lady
- Tourist, 2 Businesswomen, and Jogger
- Foursome of Joggers

This level is weird once again. Now you've got all girls on the train... 
you'll notice that what's funny is when you seat either of the two groups 
with the tourist, she's much taller than everybody else!

Business Lunch
********************
Goal: $12000
Expert Goal: $14250
Location: Submarine
Tables: 4
Objects: Beer Tap, Podium, Staff Phone
Customer Groups & Pairs:
  - 3 Business Women & 3 Cellphone Addicts
  - Cellphone Addict & Business Woman
  - Cellphone Addict & Father
  - 2 Fathers & 2 Cellphone Addicts
  - Pair of Business Women & Pair of Cellphone Addicts
  - Foursome of Cellphone Addicts
  - Pair of Cellphone Addicts
  - 6 Cellphone Addicts
  - 3 Cellphone Addicts, Young Lady, & 2 Fathers

This level also has many fathers in it as well as business types. They come 
in with the cellphone addicts... weird, I know. This level is just another 
mixer, nothing special about it. The cell addicts don't even cause problems 
because all of the tables are spread out!

Summer Camp
*****************
Goal: $20000
Expert Goal: $25000
Location: Blimp
Tables: 9
Objects: Milkshake Machine, Podium, Banana Split Station, Staff Phone

I didn't include a list of customer groups & pairs because it's mostly just 
kids coming in with counselors- fathers & young ladies. It's a cool but tough 
level. The groups order at a very fast speed, just so you know. And don't 
forget to serve banana split, too.

Everybody to the Limit
****************************
Goal: $25000
Expert Goal: $30000
Location: Rocket
Tables: 9
Objects: Galactic Punch Dispenser, Podium, Staff Phone

Wow, it really is going to the limit. There are many different groups of 
mixed customers, so I didn't include them. But now you'll be seeing mixes of 
almost every customer in the game; young ladies, tourist women, fathers, 
kids, bookworms, cellphone addicts, joggers, and businesswomen. Most of them 
are mixed according to the previous 4 levels (dates, girl groups, business 
groups, and camping groups). It's a fun level, though... seeing all of the 
customers mixed together!

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Part 9: Endless Shift
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Endless shift is unlocked for each restaurant once you unlock it in the 
regular Story Mode. In Endless Shift, the shift never ends, and all of the 
different customer types come in to eat at your restaurant. It starts out 
with either ladies or businesswomen, and then the customer types come in as 
you go along. Whenever you reach a goal, the "Upgrades" button flashes and 
you can pick something to help you work faster. Then a higher goal is set, 
and you can keep using the "Upgrades" button to help you work. These are all 
of the object upgrades that you can get:

New Table
  - Add a new table (or 2)

Drink Station (Fruit Drinks, Lemonade, Beer, Milkshakes, or Punch)
  - Standard Drink Station
  - Drinkmaster Ultra (drinks appear faster)
  - Ultra Drinkmaster Max Pro (bigger mood burst)

Podium
  - Standard Podium
  - Podium Deluxe (able to use more)
  - Podium Cruiser 2000 (charges up faster)
  - Podium Elite Cruiser (gives bigger mood burst)

Bench
  - Bench
  - Luxury Bench (gives bigger mood burst)

Oven
  - Oven Pro (food appears fast)
  - Oven Pro Silver (food appears faster)
  - Oven Pro Gold (food appears fastest)

Energy Bars
  - Standard Energy Bars (Flo moves fast)
  - Super Energy Bars (Flo moves faster)
  - Super Max Energy Bars (Flo moves fastest)

Entertainment
  - Radio (1/2 heart mood burst for all seated customers when clicked)
  - Stereo (able to use more)
  - Entertainer (Pianist, Harpist, Singer, or Musician- bigger mood burst)

There are 3 different difficulties, "Easy", "Medium", and "Hard". The 
customers will have different patience per difficulty level. Also, whenever a 
group leaves angry, you loose a star. Once you loose all of your stars, the 
shift is over. There are 5 stars in the Easy level, 4 in the Medium level, 
and only 3 in the Hard level. Also, the table amounts change. There are 4 
tables in all restaurants of the Easy level except for the Cruise Ship, where 
there are 5. There are 5 tables in every restaurant of the Medium level 
except for the Cruise Ship, where there are only 4. In the Hard level, each 
restaurant starts out with 4 except for the Cruise Ship, which starts with 
only 3.

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Part 10: Credits & Update History
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Version 1.00 complete: 9/8/08
Version 1.01 complete: 9/14/08
  - Added Level 40 expert goal strategy
  - Added Level 43 expert goal strategy
  - Added Level 45 expert goal strategy
  - Added Level 46 expert goal strategy
  - Modified Level 50 expert goal strategy
  - Added information on bonus level, "Everybody to the Limit"
Version 1.02 complete: 9/24/08
  - Added level 48 expert goal strategy
  - Modified Level 50 expert goal strategy

Special Thanks:
  - GameFAQs, for posting this walkthrough
  - You, for reading it
  - Playfirst, for making a spectacular series
  - My parents, for buying it

Well... that's pretty much it. Thanks so much for reading this. This is 
actually my first "full" walkthrough- one of my others I started, but never 
finished, and my other two were only in-depth walkthroughs. As for Diner Dash 
2, I'm also planning on making a walkthrough for it, and maybe even the 
original, if I can find some time... also, if I ever get Hometown Hero, it's 
on my list, too.
 

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