I recently had dinner in an old restaurant that had just undergone an extensive renovation. The owners were so proud of the place, and rightfully so because the dining room was beautiful and everything appeared perfect. I was with friends and we scored one of the better tables, which has booth-style seating along one side and chairs on the opposite side. The large, heavy rectangular table, with seating for six, was perfectly located to watch the entire theatrical spectacle of a busy ...
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