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Lauren Taranow 11-16-10 Thursday Discussion Dining Out One can infer a lot about a place of dining by paying attention to small details about he place. Many things make up a meal that differ from place to place, including utensils, dinnerware, glassware, linens, furniture, and surrounding environment, in addition to the food and drinks served. The entire mood of the meal can be altered by changing just one of these elements. To make my observations, I went with my roommate to a restaurant called Zocalo Café, located in Clarksville, a section of Austin. From the outside I could see no distinguishable features; it was simply a white building with large glass windows. We went inside, and I was immediately reminded of a school cafeteria. The walls were painted white, and there were square wooden tables with wooden chairs around them. Customers take a menu upon waling in and decide what they want while they wait in line to pay. They then pay for their meal and get a number, and servers will then bring food to
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course ANT 302 taught by Professor Seriff during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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