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Etiquette Tip: What is wrong with the place setting in this picture? In America, at a correct table setting, every fork from left to right is married to a knife. The two utensils are picked up together as you begin a course. This setting is missing a knife! Also, silverware never rests on the [...]
The business discussion is more important than the restaurant in which you choose to conduct the business. This is False. A restaurant that is quiet and hassle-free is a good place to discuss important business. Always request a table toward the back of the room, away from the kitchen and restroom.
At a deuce (table for two) your client will sit in front of you. If you are sitting at a four top (table for four) your client will be better positioned on your left if you are right - handed.
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The salt and pepper should be passed together even if someone has asked only for the salt or the pepper. This is True The salt and pepper are "married" and stay together on the table. They are always passed together even though someone may have requested one or the [...]
our favorite food is spaghetti pasta and you tend to order this every time you go out to lunch/dinner; however, your boss has invited you to lunch - what should you order? At a business lunch there are certain foods you should not order, no matter how much you love them. Avoid ordering anything [...]