Did you know...
"Garçon" is French for waiter. But it also means boy. Unless you are dining in France, refrain from using the term to get the attention of your waiter. Snapping your fingers or clapping is never appropriate.
"Excuse me" is best.
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Have you ever been at a dinner table and thought to yourself, “What is that fork for?” When we eat at home, we use one fork and one knife… if that! So for those times when you sit down at a table and feel like there are enough utensils for each of your different personalities, this dining etiquette for adults course will help you cut through the b.s.
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Wisely invest in your professional dexterity by taking advantage of this opportunity to polish your dining etiquette while networking with other business professionals.
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An exquisite four course meal and advanced American etiquette instruction is brought to you by social etiquette educator Karen Kennedy.
"Karen's ability to connect with a wide variety of individuals was apparent in the first minutes of the event, and she provided invaluable instruction that will benefit attendees throughout their lives."
-Four Seasons Atlanta