[QUOTE=Dopey;1052778]Tell me why CRT would be different, Doug.
They are a restaurant. You don’t think that they order 200 steaks because they have 200 guest coming - according to the reservation schedule. They have plenty of everything and a whole lot more. [/QUOTE]
It isn’t a food supply or food capacity issue. It is a limited resource in terms a finite supply of tables versus how fast they can turn the tables to the next guests.
Still, they (the restaurant) will try their best to accommodate the party, but they’ll (you’ll?) probably have to wait a little longer for their table. (Or maybe they won’t wait longer.)
[QUOTE=delmarjohn;1052756]depends from my understanding on the total number ,if it goes from 3 to 4 no problem but from 4 to five a different story,why because restaurants are setup by type of table setup,that being said i would be extremely surprised if you got denied…extremely [/QUOTE]
I saw this and felt the overwhelming necessity of adding my unrequested $.02:pinch:
(I’m so sorry for that outburst!:blink: I accidentally disengaged my sarcasm filter)
This is a really good point to always keep in mind.
You can easily bump up one from any odd number to the next even number with no problem. A party of 3 uses the same table as a table of 4, a party of 5 up to 6, and so on. Bumping up from any even number to the next odd number would result in bumping the party to the next sized table. Due to required table clearances and overall layout, you might be able to stick an extra chair at the table but not very often. There’s a lot of variables.