How to Be a Better Diner, Part 5: Think Of Your Table As Real Estate
Welcome to our third guest blogger series written by Ella Lawrence, who works as both a freelance writer and a server at a popular restaurant in San Francisco. Lawrence has been published in Travel & Leisure, Time Out, and the San Francisco Chronicle and has her own blog, Restaurant Girl Speaks. This is part five of a six-part series in which she dishes out the tips on how to be a better diner, something about which she has a lot to say. Listen up.
In San Francisco, property values are high—even on your restaurant table. When you're squeezed into the booth or canoodling at that intimate table for two, remember that you're not the owner of that real estate: You're renting it out for a few hours. So, please act accordingly.