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The Table Manners That Matter

Whether it's an anniversary splurge at L'Espalier or taco night at El Pelon, dining out means navigating a few more potential pitfalls than choosing the right fork.

By Robin Abrahams
April 20, 2008

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What you owe your dining companions. Be a decider. When picking a restaurant, don't be that "Oh, I don't know, whatever you're in the mood for" waffler. If no one else has an idea about where to go, take charge. Name three places and ask everyone to choose. To have those names on hand, keep a list of tried-and-true favorites ... (Full article: 772 words)

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