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Show Of Hands April 7th, 2016 9:14pm

Would you pay to make a reservation at a hot new restaurant?

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ladyniner81 no hope for humanity
04/09/16 8:47 am

Depends on if the word of mouth is positive and the price. And someone else wants to go

Themias Georgia
04/08/16 1:13 pm

I would, but only if I could swing an 8:30 reservation at Dorsia.

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SonofThunder peace
04/08/16 5:26 pm

Cmon dude get real. No ones getting a reservation at Dorcia

blockfisher Clinton, CT
04/08/16 8:32 am

My wife and I went into NYC the Friday before Valentines. A friend of mine that lives in the city recommended a hot new restaurant. Couldn't get a reservation one week out. We found a nice place on our own and had a great time but I would have easily paid $20 to secure a reservation at at a place that would have really wowed her.

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
04/08/16 8:08 am

The last time I went to the "hot new restaurant in "it was Taco Bell in Dallas Oregon they had just opened up. The food was good the company divine. My granddaughter who was for at the time loudly announced that her "Mommy was having a baby boy unless it was a little girl with a penis". A memorable dining experience.

gabsta2016
04/08/16 6:12 am

Depends if I go would go with a girl or by myself, and how expensive the reservation

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liam2013 iowa
04/08/16 4:30 am

I would wait until some people I know have gone there first and get their reactions. I don't trust advertisement or food critics evaluations.

dxstap Bloomington, Indiana
04/08/16 2:01 am

Usually avoid all new restaurants hot or not for at least 6 months.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
04/07/16 6:32 pm

I wouldn't, but then I'm perfectly happy to just go to the local fish and chips or teriyaki place instead.

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cato Santa Barbara, California
04/07/16 5:32 pm

Homie don't go to hot new restaurants.

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Brrrrrrrrr
04/07/16 5:20 pm

But I'd pay to make a hot new restaurant on a reservation.

Pres55555 Gone.
04/07/16 5:16 pm

How much and is he reservation and how much is the food?

ovcourse Alzheimer Joe
04/07/16 5:03 pm

The 4% who would pay, and that are making less than $50K better enjoy it. I suspect they will be eating dog food when they retire.

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lcamino Florida and Georgia
04/07/16 4:53 pm

Not for a regular restaurant, but yes to prepay at a dinner theater.

Wino I need a drink
04/07/16 4:40 pm

I said no, but I have purchased tickets (like the article describes). Your just paying ahead of time with those places, which makes sense when you want a certain dining experience.

Centre Seattle Centrist
04/07/16 4:38 pm

SOH is running out of poll ideas

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gonzoboy Arizona
04/07/16 4:38 pm

I absolutely would! And I'd even pay a little extra to request a specific table! I have no problem paying a little extra, to get what I want, how I want it, and when I want it! I'm not a big shot. I just like actin' like one!😜

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Wert A picture of my junk
04/07/16 4:08 pm

Not likely. Too many fees. Do they charge you for walking past the door, too?

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EarlyBird Portland
04/07/16 4:23 pm

Only on Fridays.

Wert A picture of my junk
04/07/16 4:25 pm

Well, on Fridays, sure. That's just assumed.

EarlyBird Portland
04/07/16 4:00 pm

For a special occasion I would.

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EarlyBird Portland
04/07/16 4:22 pm

I haven't seen Tom for awhile.

ShereKhan A very dark place.
04/09/16 5:26 am

That means you'd have to go out

Xemanis Lawful Good
04/07/16 3:47 pm

>reservation

No

Not unless there were gladiator fights or some sort of mock swordfights

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kywrite augusta, ga
04/07/16 3:34 pm

It would have to be seriously remarkable for me to consider that.

FollowYourBliss Never Happy, Ever After
04/07/16 3:30 pm

Pay the restaurant to eat there. and then pay for the food too?! Yeah, no thanks.

112112321 pleb
04/07/16 3:07 pm

No. Food is food.

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obertar1 NY
04/07/16 3:00 pm

Nope. I'm sure they will more than make up for it in meal charges and underpaying their staff.

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omniku dot com
04/07/16 2:36 pm

Depends on the restaurant and whether or not it's a business meeting. There are restaurants you practically have to kill to get into and if I can impress a major client by getting a reservation it could be a net positive if I gain their business. Don't forget... meals and entertainment are a 50% deduction. ;)

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Kay41 the Midwest
04/07/16 2:29 pm

No, as much as I love trying new places to eat, I'd just wait until you no longer needed to pay to reserve a table. And, if that policy never changed, I just wouldn't eat there. Too many other places to try!

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NYG44 Upstate NY
04/07/16 2:22 pm

😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 no

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krannapple
04/07/16 2:16 pm

I would never go to a restaurant that wants me to pay to have the privilege of getting a table in their restaurant.

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CoffeeNow Powderpuff Leftist
04/07/16 2:15 pm

Pay a restaurant and I don't get any food out of it? Haha, no

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