restaurants claim that they treat all diners the same, but don’t
you believe it! The reality is this: no matter how great the service
and food, there is always a VIP who gets better treatment than you.
example, one restaurant goes out of their way to ensure President
Donald Trump is not seated near a window. And, one former
presidential candidate like to drink multiple shots of Crown Royal.
While it would seem the famously rich individuals are the ones
getting the VIP, the truth is a VIP can be anybody. How can you be
treated with the VIP status each time you go out?
Tips To Become A VIP At Restaurants
of the first ways in which to be treated like a VIP is to go often to
your favorite restaurant. For example, at Minibar, people who come at
least four times a year are considered regulars, spending around $275
on a tasting menu. Most people don’t have that kind of cash, but
the majority of restaurants don’t charge their customers like that
you have to do is be a familiar face for the staff to recognize and
know your name. Build a rapport with the staff, allowing you to
become a regular. For some restaurants, this can be done in a week –
sometimes two. The more you visit, the more likes and dislikes the
restaurant learns about you, ensuring you get the kind of service and
meal you like.
it or not, being demanding about wanting something or getting a
freebie does not translate into special treatment. And, you can’t
say you know the owner or chef to get that treatment either. Do not
ask the staff if they know you are because chances are, they have no
idea. If a boss lets them know ahead of time that you’re coming,
then that’s how they know they need to treat you with the VIP
Interested In The People and Food
sure the staff is treated like human beings because they are. Give
them a good tip, which can help to develop a good rapport with the
servers, bartenders, chefs and managers (don’t overdo the tip
here). By treating them like humans, they’ll want to treat you