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From: Glen (GEAATL) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostAug-6 4:00 PM 
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The worst day of the year to go out to dinner, according to Gordon Ramsay

Travel and Leisure

In a new interview with Delish, everyone's favorite grumpy British chef, Gordon Ramsay, is back with more truth bombs. This time, he's letting us in on some juicy restaurant business secrets.

First up, he divulges the number one night you should avoid going out to eat: Valentine's Day. Perhaps surprising, since a fancy dinner is the ideal romantic date.

"Valentine's day is the worst day of the year to go out. Busy kitchens with tons of diners means you don't get the true feeling of the restaurant," he says.

 

 
From: Glen (GEAATL) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostAug-6 4:07 PM 
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These Are Gordon Ramsay's Four Rules For Eating Out At Restaurants

Delish

Gordon Ramsay may deliver his opinions a little too bluntly, but the guy knows what he's talking about. He's got 32 restaurants and is the host of four FOX shows, so his advice comes backed by a hell of a lot of experience. That's why we're taking his four tips from a recent interview with the Daily Mail to heart —...1. Avoid specials...2. Don't fall for boastful wording...3. Haggle the cost of wine. He says to ask for the bin end list, which is a fancy way of referring to bottles with scratched labels or the restaurant's poorest selling varieties... 4. 4. A reservation for three = a bigger table for two. The foul-mouthed chef insists you should book your reservation for the number of people in your party plus one more. ..

http://www.delish.com/restaurants/advice/a53408/gordon-ramsays-rules-for-eating-out-at-restaurants/

 

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