If you’re reading this, then you already know: at some point in the next week, month, or year, you, too, will eat out alone. It happens to all of us.
Despite having a wife, a family, and all the people I met in the Intimate Romance Garden on Second Life who I sometimes feel know me better than I know myself, I spend much time traveling and exploring new restaurants in random cities and, often, that means going to these places and re-enacting that scene from Forgetting Sarah Marshall where Jason Segel
is weirdly naked has to ask Jonah Hill for a table for one.
But alas, dining by yourself doesn’t have to be a heavy hearted exercise in desolation and mozzarella sticks. So, here are some quick and vital tips to making the most of your solitary eating experience: