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Restaurant Seating



Restaurant Seating
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     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 3 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.4

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    paged, pager, employee, fast-food, booth, reservation, meals, separate, remain, possible, order, okay, counter, phone, better, considerate


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Restaurant Seating
By Cathy Pearl
  

1     One of the first things you do when you go to a restaurant is sit down at a table. In some places, you will pick where you want to sit. In other places, an employee will take you to your seat.
 
2     In most fast-food restaurants, you will be allowed to choose your own seat. You may choose a seat when you first go in. One person can remain at the table while the food is ordered. People may also leave items at a table to save it, but this isn't always a good idea. It is very easy to have the items stolen if someone isn't with them.
 
3     You can also pick a table after you order and get your food. Go to the counter and order your food when you enter the restaurant. After getting your food, you will take it with you when you pick out a table.
 
4     Either method is okay. There may be times when the restaurant is busy. If this happens, you can have one person watch for a table while the others order food. Also, if your party is large, you may have to sit at separate tables. Most fast-food restaurants do not have tables that can be pushed together for larger groups.

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