There are plenty of reasons to enjoy a wonderful meal at a restaurant instead of home. Restaurants offer a little something called convenience. Sometimes people do not want to spend an entire evening prepping a meal, cooking and then having to deal with a huge mess to clean up.
There is also the matter of skills. Naples offers amazing seafood with highly skilled culinary artists to prepare a mouth-watering meal, and there are not a lot of people with the culinary skill set or equipment to prepare a great seafood dinner at home. In the world of dining, there are varieties of classes to choose from like casual dining, fine dining and a full service. It is best to know which to choose before good money is spent.
A casual dining restaurant is an industry classification of establishments, which aren't quite on the fine dining end, but they rank higher than fast food. A casual dining restaurant offers food at a decent price, and the atmosphere is considered casual. Nearly all of them provide table service with the exception of buffets.
A fine dining establishment is considerably pricier than a casual dining establishment, and it typically has a set number of courses provided for the patron. Fine dining establishments are also known for quality, limited menus, and the menus may change frequently due to changing availability of ingredients and chef specials. The service staff and diners alike will often have more rules to follow such as a dress code.
A full service eatery is technically just an establishment where customers come in to sit down and eat, and food is served directly to the table. All fine dining places fall under the full service classification. By definition, many casual dining establishments are also considered to be full service as well.
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