Dining Etiquette Workshop at the Crescent Club – Ages 6-18 Give Your Child an Early Christmas Gift…A Gift of a Lifetime! This workshop will give students an opportunity to learn the essential of dining. Students will get an opportunity to make friends while learning about: Glassware, Flatware , Zig – Zag & Continental Dining, Passing [...]
Parking attendants automatically expect a dollar. True and False. In a small town, a dollar is still acceptable. In the city, two dollars or more are the norm.
Beer and soft drinks consumed from a can or bottle at a business function are acceptable. This is True and False. If you are inside a facility, opt to have your beverage served in a glass. You look much more professional. If you are outdoors at a company picnic, drinking from a can or bottle [...]
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If you have limited time to devote to lunch, make it known in advance. True. When you meet for a business lunch, always ask your guests what time they need to return to the office.
Yes, business lunchers go course for course. It is uncomfortable when someone in a group orders a course and no one else orders anything to eat during that course. This really is an inconsiderate action, because no one will be served the food they ordered until you are through eating your course.
Register today for Dining with Confidence, our adult dining class. Learn how to properly conduct yourself at social events and update your dining etiquette skills. This class will also build your confidence so you will never fear a business lunch/dinner again! Please see the Sign - Up Page to register. Thanks!
Register today for Making a Good Impression. Classes are for girls and boys ages 6 - 18. This workshop will cover topics such as: Making New Friends, Proper Introductions, Proper Table Conversation, Public Speaking, Direct Handshake/Eye Contact, Zig - Zag and Continental Dining, Fashion, and much more! Please go to the Sign - Up Page to register. [...]
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 [...]
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!