Advertisement

LJWorld.com weblogs justforfun

restaurant edicate

Advertisement

What's too long of a visit at someones table when you know them (close or casualy) and they are out to eat and already have their food??

Comments

Chelsea Kapfer 3 years, 11 months ago

I think it depends on the situation, and you have to read people. Often, while I am out to eat people come and join us and I have no problem with it, in fact, I enjoy it. However, a few weeks ago, some friends and I were eating at this..ummm...person came and sat with us. He was extremely intoxicated or something, and wouldn't leave. I thought we were obvious about it, but apparantly not obvious enough. when he did leave we had the server remove the extra chair so he wouldnt be tempted to return. I think most people have the ability to know when it's time to go. A dead giveaway to stay is when I offer to buy you a beer!

justforfun 3 years, 11 months ago

Just trying to see how distracted some would get with the word rather than the content. :)

Etiquette yes I know.

Roe Dapple- I love the photo bucket!!!

Liberty275 3 years, 11 months ago

I think it depends on whether they keep buying pitchers of beer.

Chelsea Kapfer 3 years, 11 months ago

Here's some restuarant etiquitte- if the bartender is your buddy and giving you free or cheap food and beers- you still need to tip them!!

Chelsea Kapfer 3 years, 11 months ago

And on the flipside of that, if you are a waitress or a bartender and your buddies are there- please don't ignore them or give them less-than-your-best service.

Commenting has been disabled for this item.