Thanks for another point of view, Stephen.
Hi Thomas--interesting observations!
Craig, not sure if it's the majority, but many diners are reluctant to hand credit cards over to complete strangers who vanish with them.
Jan: Good advice for parents, and for restaurant owners!
Hi Neil, thanks for sharing your positive experience!
Hi Frank: Thanks for weighing in on this. It's clearly a hot button for many operators.
Agreed. Diners are looking for casual concepts with high standards and great drinks, and supper clubs fit the bill.
Thanks for your comment, Tony! It sounds like you have solved a big problem in a creative way to create a safe environment for your staff and guests.
Good point and worth asking DipJar (firstname.lastname@example.org), Aleks!
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Not only is your solution diplomatic, it's also logical. How many people eat bread at home first without the entree? Thanks for your comment.
Interesting approach, Foodbiz2.
Interesting thoughts, Kimosabe.
Bread on request seems like a reasonable compromise, and a way to avoid conflict among families, as you point out.
Bread and pickles--interesting choice. Presumably Chompies is a deli?
Interesting viewpoint, mmbetzxs....thanks for your feedback.
Thanks for your feedback!
Holly, great point. Some owners have assigned ghost writing of blogs to staffers with more time on their hands, too.
We hear you, Inge. Thanks for sharing your viewpoint.
Thanks for the clarification, Stephen.
Thanks for the feedback!
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Not "our" list, but Capitol Grille's; scores come from "renowned wine critics."
We were on the fence over this one, too, but opted to put it in the wrap category.
Thanks for the comment, but we did not misuse the word--it's part of a direct quote.
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