Zachary Zaitzeff and Zaitzeff Burgers

Zachary Zaitzeff has seen a lot in his years living and working in New York City. In fact, for the past decade, Zachary Zaitzeff has owned and operated a family run burger restaurant in the heart of the city. As a result, Zachary Zaitzeff is something of an expert on what appropriate restaurant etiquette is and he has some advice for anyone who is need of a few pointers.

  1. First and foremost, Zachary Zaitzeff encourages all prospective restaurant patrons to do a little research about the type of restaurant at which they will be dining. Each and every restaurant is different and, as a result, the etiquette required at each restaurant will be different.
  2. Once you determine the level of finery at the restaurant, Zachary Zaitzeff says that it will be easier for you to determine the level of etiquette required from the restaurant. For example, Zachary Zaitzeff says that if you are going to be dining a more casual restaurant, you should be able to bring your children and dine in casual clothing. If, on the other hand, you are planning to eat at a more formal establishment, it may be more advisable for you to leave your children at home and dress a little bit nicer.
  3. Remember your service industry professionals. Zachary Zaitzeff says that many people forget to be polite to their wait staff when they are dining out on vacation. Even though you may feel entitled to quick and efficient service, regardless of the circumstances, Zachary Zaitzeff would like to remind you all to be polite to your servers and tip them as a reflection of how well they have served you.

Zachary Zaitzeff knows that restaurant etiquette can be a touchy subject for many people because they are not familiar with the process. Still, Zachary Zaitzeff thinks that you will have a wonderful time at your next restaurant visit if you are prepared with the proper etiquette.

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