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Old April 30th, 2006, 06:20 PM
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Default Re: Dining Time etiquette

Originally Posted by grandma_kr
If we are seated with strangers in the dining room and decide to eat somewhere OTHER than the dining room on certain evenings, do we need to let the maitre d or anyone know we will not be dining? I wouldn't want the whole table to be waiting for us to show up before the meal is started. Also, when dining in an alternative restaurant (i.e. Pinnacle Grill on HAL), does one take whatever size table is available or can a table for two be requested? Thank you.
As a courtesy if you know the evening prior to eating else where just mention it to the waiter. Sometimes a waiter, if you do not show up, feels the service may not be to your liking.

Alternative dining can be requested for a table that suits you, being for two if this is your preference.
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