Picking the best Anaheim Restaurant Part 2

Mar 13 07:47 2012 Paul Marino Print This Article

In this article, I will continue to help you determine the key traits to be aware of while you are out dining an Anaheim Restaurant so that you will have a better idea of how to rate the restaurant’s quality.

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In this article, I will continue to help you determine the key traits to be aware of while you are out dining an Anaheim Restaurant so that you will have a better idea of how to rate the restaurant’s quality.



In order to provide a comprehensive picture of your experience while dining out, I have been going through this process in the order that one would typically experience it. Just to recap for those of you who are just joining me, in my last article I discussed the initial interactions that a person will have with a restaurant. These include the exterior of the restaurant, the interaction with the host and the person’s first impressions about the interior design.



At this point, your host has hopefully either taken you to the table or directed you to the bar to wait until your table is ready. For the sake of discussing the bar, we will assume you were taken to the bar to wait for your table. Some restaurants have different set ups when it comes to the bar.  For example, I was at restaurants last night, which featured a bar that was an equally big attraction as the main dining room. The architecture was cleverly designed so that the bustling bar and the fancy dining room were divided by a row of booths with a short wall on top of them. This gave the diners the feeling of being in an intimate setting while allowing the people at the bar to act as boisterously as they usually would. The reason I am bringing this up is to illustrate the point that some dining establishments feature their bar as a main attraction and for others; it is simply a place to keep diner overflow flow from the main restaurant. The obvious benefit of having to popular attraction for an Anaheim Restaurant is that you have two independent money making operations that are not dependent on each other. The social crowd who is drawn to the bar will often be pretty different from the crowd that is drawn to the fine dining aspect of the main restaurant.



Once you are sitting at the bar there are a few different things you need to look out for. The first is just the design of the bar. Is the alcohol displayed in an attractive way?  Are the bartenders attentive and responsive? Is the bar shaped in a way that is both attractive and practical? These are all important elements of any good bar. Of course, location plays a big role in whether a bar will attract a steady clientele but without the above-mentioned elements in order, the bar will not stand a chance. One of my favorite liquor presentations is when a bar has a frosted glass wall at is back with the booze presented in front if it. This provides a very cool look and really captures the beauty of some of the more intricate bottles. Please stay tuned for my next entry in this series when I continue on this restaurant review.                        

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Paul Marino
Paul Marino

Paul Marino has been writing about the restaurant industry for over 20 years. He recommends FiRE and iCE as the best Anaheim Restaurant for a unique and memorable dining experience.


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