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10 Things Restaurant Hosts Wish You’d Stop Doing

Here's how you might be making your host's job harder.

A waiter serving customers at tables in a trendy and crowded restaurantCorepics VOF/Shutterstock

Being picky about your table

Restaurant hostess-blogger Kimberly Deanna knows there are many valid reasons customers ask for a different table, but that doesn't mean it doesn't cause a problem when the restaurant is busy. Hosts generally seat guests in some orderly fashion intended to spread out the work amongst the servers. When you disrupt that order, you're probably going to be making the servers' jobs harder. And who else's job does that make more difficult? If you guessed the host, you're catching on! Next, don't miss these secrets your restaurant waiter isn't telling you.

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Originally Published on Taste of Home