You do best when dealing with one of the owners to seat you. Showed up, admittedly with no reservation, for a 3 early into dinner. The hosting person at the podium dithered and fussed then disappeared. Many tables were empty upon examination and understanding there were reservations, we could have been seated easily. Our dinner guest is a semi-retired clergyman in his early 80's and known at the restaurant albeit appearing in "mufti". Deferring to his age was the obvious resolution if an unknown. Finally, someone intervened and seated us and tables were still available all the time we were there.
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