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Dining Etiquette Part ii NAUEP Dining Etiquette Part II Workshop nauep © all rights reserved
Basic Dining Environment Home Dining, Restaurant Dining Buffet Dinning Dinner Party Dining nauep © all rights reserved
Napkin Use -Unfold napkin into rectangle. Place the unfolded side toward you. -When using the napkin, dab both sides of the mouth gently. Don‘t wipe or smear your entire mouth. -The napkin stays on your lap the entire dinner unless using to blot your mouth. -The hostess signals the dinner is over by placing the napkin on the right of the plate, follow his/her lead. nauep © all rights reserved
Finished Position nauep © all rights reserved
10 Most Common Dining Mistakes nauep © all rights reserved Cutlery Smoking NapkinsChewing Lipstick Posture Bread and Butter Eating Place Don’t Pick Purses and Briefcases
Miss Rudy Rudy gets invited to dinner with the family and complains from the moment she sits down. Other rude behaviors include: -Eating before the hostess signals dinner has begun. -Reaching over other’s plates. -Arriving late causing dinner guest to have to wait until his/her arrival. -Puts his/her feet on the chair. -Eating with his/her mouth open and talking with food in his/her mouth. nauep © all rights reserved
Ms. I Don’t Care Not considerate of the feelings others. -Stretches her legs out while not -leaving others room under the table. -When passing food during dinner. -She/he put her personal eating utensils in the general serving dishes. -She/he pokes others with her elbows while cutting her/his meat, inc. -She talks loud at the table. nauep © all rights reserved
Miss Unpleasant Being rude and inconsiderate at the table can make dinner hard, but Ms. Unpleasant makes dinner down right gross. -She eats faster than a soldier in the army. -She chews noisily, slurps her drink loudly, smacks and burps at the table. -She chews and talks with her mouth open. -She pushes the food around her plate. nauep © all rights reserved
Restaurant Anatomy Restaurant Staff Maître/Hosts Captain/Head Waiter Chef Sommelier Bussers Serves/Bartenders nauep © all rights reserved
Proper Tipping Scale Maitre’d - $10 - $20.00 Captain or Waiter – The one who takes your order should get five percent of the bill. Server (The person who actually waits on you) – should get 15% because servers normally split their tips with other restaurant staff. Somelier or Wine Steward – 15 percent Checkroom - $1.00 per hat Bell Hop - $2.00 a day nauep © all rights reserved
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D Manners and Etiquette Manners refers to social behavior How a person behaves when with others Table Etiquette A set of guidelines to follow when.
Your Topic Goes Here Your subtopic goes here 1. When you sit down to eat, unfold your napkin and put it on your lap. When you’re ready to leave the table,
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In most phone conversations, the listener typically cannot see you … your message is communicated by your voice!
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