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June 16, 2021
1800 ACT RIGHT: How To Act In Restaurants
A little guidance for getting back out there.

You already know how to act in restaurants: like a good guest. Restaurant workers are your hosts, so don’t do anything in a restaurant that you wouldn’t do at a friend’s house, Thanksgiving dinner, or your mother-in-law’s retirement party. Restaurants were a crucial part of getting us through 2020-- by adapting and innovating, keeping us fed and inspired, and being a force for social change. So, while we’re excited to revisit them in person, we’ll keep in mind what one server asked us to remember: “Be kind, be patient, be generous. We haven’t stopped, you just haven’t been there.”

But if you need a little guidance for getting back out there, we have a couple guides that will point you in the right direction.

Los Angeles

LA

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Where To Eat & Drink If You Forgot How To Socialize

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LA

Guide:

8 Shaded Patios For When Your Skin Hasn’t Seen The Sun In A Year

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LA

Guide:

Where To Meet Up With Coworkers That Isn’t A Zoom Call

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LA

Guide:

Where To Eat & Drink With Someone You Haven’t Seen In A Year

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LA

Guide:

14 Quiet Patios Because This Is All Still A Bit Much

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LA

Guide:

Where To Have A Family Dinner Now That That’s A Thing Again

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New York City

NYC

Guide:

Where To Eat & Drink When You’re Remembering How To Socialize

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NYC

Guide:

Where To Meet Up With People For Exactly 1 Hour So You Can Go Home & Be Alone Again

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NYC

Guide:

The Most Pleasant Outdoor Bars In NYC Right Now

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NYC

Guide:

Where To Have A Private Dinner In NYC Right Now

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NYC

Guide:

Where To Have A Family Dinner Now That That’s A Thing Again

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NYC

Guide:

Where To Have A Big Night Out After Cooking At Home For Months

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NYC

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A User’s Guide To Dinner Conversation, In Case You Forgot

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Chicago

CHI

Guide:

Where To Eat & Drink When You’re Remembering How To Socialize

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CHI

Guide:

17 Quiet Patios Because This Is All Still A Bit Much

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CHI

Guide:

Where To Day Drink And Catch Up With Friends This Summer

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CHI

Guide:

Where To Have A Big Night Out After Cooking At Home For Months

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CHI

Guide:

Where To Meet Up With People For Exactly 1 Hour So You Can Go Home & Be Alone Again

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London

LDN

Guide:

Where To Eat & Drink When You’re Remembering How To Socialise

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LDN

Guide:

Where To Go When You’ve Finally Got A New Haircut

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LDN

Guide:

Where To Meet Up With Colleagues That Isn’t A Zoom Call

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LDN

Guide:

Where To Meet Up With Someone For Exactly 1 Hour So You Can Go Home & Be Alone Again

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LDN

Guide:

Where To Go With Someone You Haven’t Seen In A Year

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LDN

Guide:

21 Spots Perfect For A Coffee Catch Up In The Sun

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LDN

Guide:

Where To Go For A First Date When You’re Remembering How To Flirt

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LDN

Guide:

The Best Big Outdoor Spaces For You And *All* Your Friends

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San Francisco

SF

Guide:

Where To Eat & Drink If You Forgot How To Socialize

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SF

Guide:

Where To Have A Big Night Out After Cooking At Home For Months

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SF

Guide:

Where To Meet Up With People For Exactly 1 Hour So You Can Go Home & Be Alone Again

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SF

Guide:

Where To Celebrate Your Birthday Now That You Can Actually Leave The House

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SF

Guide:

Where To Go On A First Date In SF, Because Dating Is A Thing Again

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Miami

MIA

Guide:

Where To Eat & Drink If You Forgot How To Socialize

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MIA

Guide:

Where To Have A Big Night Out After Cooking At Home For Months

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MIA

Guide:

A Guide To Miami’s “Super Cute Reasonably Priced Restaurants To Catch Up With A Few Friends”

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