Sylvia Rector, who writes about food and restaurants for The Detroit Free Press, politely ranted about some things restaurants do that seriously bug her. Here’s her list of just six of them. 1. Being asked, "Are you still working on that?" What a poor, ill-considered choice of words. Eating is supposed to be pleasurable; it is not "work." Work is laying bricks or cleaning the basement. I'm having dinner, thank you. I'd rather hear the simple question, "Are you finished with your plate?" or ...
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