Is this taken from Richmond St or Temperance? Do you also have an image capturing a wider shot of the space?
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"The signs for the second location of Marbl Toronto are now up on Richmond St. West, directly east of Hy's Steakhouse in the Financial District."
Well, they're not intentionally running a deposit business. They just want people to prove that they are serious about the reservation.There is growing frustration from restaurants in Kitchener-Waterloo when it comes to customers not showing up for their reservations.kitchener.ctvnews.ca
What's people's opinion on this?
It seems to have become a thing to make a reservation and then decide whether or not to show up. No shows means that the restaurant may have turned someone else away who could have used the table so now there is an empty table and a potential customer who has gone elsewhere. I have no problem giving a deposit, because when I make a reservation, I honour it.
I Like what you are saying, but I will argue further, that it is also only fair that each restaurant that charges the deposit CLEARLY informs of the latest time a cancelation can be made before a deposit is kept.I do as well (honour reservations); though, there are a small number of people who may not have credit cards for whom such a policy may be an issue; and really, it ought not be necessary, but for ill-mannered, poorly socialized souls.
I tend to think cancelling a reservation (of typical size, ie up to 4) ought to be free of penalty with reasonable notice.
If one gives up a table at 10am, for a dinner service, most places should be able to fill that table.
Larger parties are different, because a restaurant may be declining multiple tables, and may also staff-up for a larger group.