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Old 02-05-2015, 03:21 PM   #7
tonynyc
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I would never do that a better approach might be as follows ...

1. Scope the establishment - I usually walk in and ask for a take-out menu.
This gives me a good excuse to check out the seating and overall
comfort.

2.Find a restaurant with corner section and long benches.

3. Check that the Booths have tables that can be moved. This will
allow for comfy seating

If the place is ok then I would have no problem politely asking for comfier arrangements
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