Snag the best table in the house when making a reservation on behalf of your boss. Here’s how:
Be specific about what you consider a “great” table. “Mr. Smith is dining with an important client, and he’d like a quiet table away from the crowd. Is that possible?”
Or you might focus on service. Example: “Mr. Smith is entertaining an important group of clients. I’d like to request a table where they’ll receive the best service from your top server. Could you accommodate us?”
Don’t hesitate to tell the maitre d’ how you define a great table. And mention that you hope to call again soon for another reservation.
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