I recently visited a new restaurant where a group of friends (six of us) were getting together for a birthday. I'm always wary of group gatherings at restaurants because, inevitably, at least one or more in the group will be late. This usually presents a problem for both customers and restaurants. In this particular case, four of us showed up on time for our 8 p.m. reservation, while the other two (a couple) were late. The restaurant in question is small and does not have a waiting area. ...

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