Going out to dinner is meant to be an experience. And akin to a choose-your-own-adventure book, there are many different journeys to be had. Turn to page 53, and you just might order the steak for two and be off on a meat-fueled, caveman-style fantasy. Turn to page 100, kick off the night with some Champagne, and sit back as the sexiness of the occasion unfolds around your flute glasses. There are a million ways guests can go with their dining experiences, and it’s our job in the ...
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