Arriving to a dinner date lateistock/SolStock
In India, it’s totally acceptable to show up to dinner 15 or 30 minutes behind schedule. Why? “They’re a little more relaxed about time than we are,” says Napier-Fitzpatrick. Unlike Western cultures, Indians value relationships with people over being punctual. Here are 50 etiquette rules you should always practice.
Chugging a glass of wineistock/nd3000
In Georgia (the country), tradition calls for you to down your entire glass in one go after a toast. Thankfully for your liver, the glasses tend to be on the small side. When you’re dining at a restaurant in the states though, make sure to follow these etiquette tips for dining out.
Not offering to split the billistock/Minerva-Studio
In France, splitting the bill is deemed “unsophisticated.” To avoid dirty stares, you should offer to pay the entire bill, or let someone else pay. Here’s the reason why splitting the bill is called “going Dutch.”