Anyone who goes to restaurants frequently knows that a rude server can leave a bad taste in your mouth that lasts longer than any over-cooked or under-spiced entrée. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to prevent being caught in a bad service situation. Try to avoid restaurants during their busiest nights and times, eat at the bar when possible, and always be nice to whoever serves you. If you do end up with a server who is unpleasant, incompetent or inattentive, get proactive by notifying the manager, requesting a different server, or, if all else fails, show your displeasure when it comes time to fill in the tip line on your bill. For more details on dealing with a bad waiter, check this out:
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