Waiter with meat dish serving catering table with food snacks duEtiquette for Customers and Servers Alike

Customer service is a two-way street.  While restaurant management and employees are a vital piece of the puzzle, so is the customer.  The global etiquette of the “golden rule”– treat others how you wish to be treated– applies to restaurant customers as well.  Jennifer Roach with the Etiquette School of New York offers guideline for both sides to follow that are sure to result in the best dining experience possible.  Click here for “Ten Ways to Receive Superior Service” and “Ten Ways to Give Superior Service”.

Give us your thoughts… does the behavior of the customer affect their dining experience?  Can you teach restaurant etiquette for customers?  Let’s dish!