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03-16-12, 10:16 AM #1
The next generation of restaurant dinersAt the recent South Beach Wine & Food Festival in Miami Beach, a panel of famous chefs discussed how the average restaurant diner has changed dramatically over the years. Not only are they younger, they often boldly take photos of their food to post online before their first bite. How are these new diners impacting the current dining landscape?
03-16-12, 03:57 PM #2Maws said he is disturbed that customers will take photos and complain online during an eating experience instead of saying something to their server, who can fix the problem on the spot. “It doesn’t make sense!”
There are plenty of a**holes out there ready to trash a place or an uneducated palate that needs to be put in check. You can usually tell by the history of comments that the "irritation" is the customer, not the business as a whole.To Live Is To Eat
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