In a restaurant full of couples or large groups having a great time, it can be intimidating to eat by yourself. It’s easy to think your first course will be a big, steaming bowl of self-consciousness. But there is plenty you can do, making dining out by yourself a little easier.
The first thing to realize is that neither the wait staff or fellow diners will bat an eye at a solo diner. Single dining happens all the time. However, if you still feel trepidation at the sight of that empty seat across from you, here are some things that should make you feel more comfortable:
• Eat at a hotel restaurant. Besides having some of the best food, hotel restaurants usually have plenty of business travelers eating alone. You won’t feel out of place.
By G. Hart, Flying Solo -- To see this article in it's entirety, click here
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