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Noticing what people are wearing and adjusting the table is good evidence of thoughtful service. I like their observation but I wander about their response...a black napkin on black pants (or white/white) could make it slightly more difficult to see whether the napkin is covering what it should be, so the tradeoff may be less lint but more pasta sauce. Perhaps a contrast (black napkin for white pants) and the use of a lint remover would go further. I wonder what other customers have experienced?

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