I've noticed that there's a fine line between being ready to order with your server, and just wanting to sit at the table for an eternity and talk. Because there have been many occasions when I have gone up to the table to take an order and then be waved away and told, "We haven't even looked at the menus yet. Give us a few more minutes, we're catching up." So I oblige. Only to be waved back to the table and scolded. "We need to order! And we're in a hurry!" It's hard enough sometimes trying to judge when is the best time to interrupt a conversation at a table to tell the specials and take an order, so perhaps it's best to save the "reunion" conversation til after you've given me your order. These also seem to be the same people who think a certain way. I'm talking about people who have homes that are over 3500 square feet. And that's probably just there "second home." These people e
I am the leader of the server revolution! Taking the power away from the customers and putting it back in the hands of the bartenders and servers. Yelp off!!!