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“At least give me a chance to earn a one-star review. But that was crap.” The Bottom Line: Most restaurants will do their best to accommodate requests and will tolerate almost any annoyance, which most acknowledge is part of the job.

“We are in the business of delivering experiences,” says Angulo of JCT Kitchen and Bar.

“We take our time and taste everything before it goes out,” says Samaniego of Little Sparrow. Must you be reminded how little servers get paid before tips? Or worse, like the customer who gave Little Sparrow Cafe one star on Yelp after calling the restaurant and finding out it doesn’t offer bottomless mimosas.

“The least you can do is try one bite before you ‘make it your own.’” 8) You don’t tip (enough). When you take home the merchant copy of the credit card receipt without leaving a cash tip or fail to tip on the full amount of your meal when paying with a gift card, “you look cheap or stupid,” says Charlotte, who is putting herself through college waiting tables at two Boston restaurants and asked to be identified only by her first name. “They didn't even try the restaurant at all,” recalls Samaniego, the chef.

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The advent of online reservations has also been a double-edged sword for restaurant owners, who say groups are mass-reserving tables for the same time at numerous restaurants and choosing where they’ll eat a half-hour before the reservation.

The other restaurants are left to purposely overbook or try to replace that reservation in a short time, which Chef David Santos of Louro in New York City calls “almost impossible.” “People forget that this is a business and when you lose guests during prime time it hurts us big time,” he adds.

But with close to 18 million Americans now claiming a "sensitivity" to gluten, some restaurants have grown cynical about certain allergies, especially when supposedly gluten-intolerant customers ask whether a dish has sugar, potatoes, or rice (all gluten-free ingredients).

Jennifer Piallat, owner of San Francisco’s Zazie, says that while her restaurant gladly accommodates most any allergy request, they can be frustrating given the amount of misinformation out there about certain allergies, combined with the number of customers who say they’re allergic but aren’t.

So consider it a public service or an intervention, but we spent the last couple of weeks chatting with ended up with a surprising list of the universally annoying things you may be doing when you go out to eat, even if you don't realize it at the time.

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