Going out to dinner or lunch should be a joy not a ploy for the restaurant to treat you badly.
There are so many restaurants in major metropolitan areas that bad or indifferent service would most likely close down a joint sooner vs. later.
Here’s one writer for the LA Times who chimes in with a bill of rights for diners. What do you think? Do you agree or disagree with her suggestions? Do you have some of your own?
What was your worst dining experience?
How important is good service?
Have you ever told a restaurant manager about your bad experience, and if so, what was the response?