You’ve seen it a million times: someone or a group of people hogging a table for two hours. It’s almost like you want to get their attention, point to your watch and say, “hey, tick-tock, dude.”
On Wednesday, CBS 2’s Scott Rapoport spoke to some annoyed diners that said they just wish more people showed common decency.
“I wish they would move along and leave so I can sit down,” one person said.
That seems to be the sentiment of many restaurant goers these days. A nationwide Zagat survey of diners says 60 percent of foodies favor putting time limits on people eating at restaurants during peak hours.
“I agree because then you give everyone a chance to sit there,” one person said.
If done, it would eliminate the seemingly endless wait for tables created by lingering customers and their marathon-like meals.
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