Going out for a meal is fun. You don’t have to cook, the food is (usually) better than your own, and you’ve got someone there to fetch said food and drinks for you so you can just sit back, relax, and enjoy yourself.
Hospitality staff try to remain positive and assume that you will be a decent person, until proven otherwise. Unfortunately, many people forget that serving can be a very challenging, hectic and demeaning job. Servers are around to take care of you, but in return they deserve respect (and 15-20% of the final bill). So here are a few things to avoid, if you want to stay on the good side of your server, and have the best possible dining experience you can.Source: Perez Hilton