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Posted 26 March 2009 - 07:26 PM

Welcome to the Restaurant Life forum, where we talk about all aspects of working and dining at restaurants, diners, cafes and bistros. Want to discuss cell phones in restaurants, tipping practices, kitchen and waiter’s uniforms? Or read topics like The Horror Of Working On Christmas Day; Cheesecake Factory R&D; or Tipping The Kitchen? This is the place. (For reviews, questions or comments on specific restaurants, please post in the appropriate regional forum.)

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