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    148148For assistance with arranging Private Dining in Prague, please utilize Prague Private Dining. From their Web site:
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    150 [[http://www.praguedining.com Prague Private Dining]] provides a free service that helps you find and book great restaurants. Simply select a restaurant and choose the room you like, or just tell us what you want and we will take care of the rest. Every reservation is personally handled and registration is not required.
     150[[http://www.praguedining.com| Prague Private Dining]] provides a free service that helps you find and book great restaurants. Simply select a restaurant and choose the room you like, or just tell us what you want and we will take care of the rest. Every reservation is personally handled and registration is not required.
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    152152We partner with trusted, unique and exclusive restaurants in Prague representing the best food, wine selection, service and atmosphere in the city. Whether you are celebrating a birthday, anniversary, wedding, or company event, your experience will be a memorable success.
     
    158158== Miscellaneous Information ==
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    160 [[http://www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g274684-s606/Czech-Republic:Tipping.And.Etiquette.html|Local etiquette on tipping in restaurants]]: 10% is normal to tip, and even when the bill says "**Service** is not included" it means "the **TIP** is not included," '''service is always included.'''  If you were satisfied it is common to leave around 10% tip (rounding up to some nice number when paying) but if you weren't satisfied you don't have to leave anything. If you on the other thought that the service was exceptional nothing is stopping you from leaving more.
     160[[http://www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g274684-s606/Czech-Republic:Tipping.And.Etiquette.html |Local etiquette on tipping in restaurants]]: 10% is normal to tip, and even when the bill says "**Service** is not included" it means "the **TIP** is not included," '''service is always included.'''  If you were satisfied it is common to leave around 10% tip (rounding up to some nice number when paying) but if you weren't satisfied you don't have to leave anything. If you on the other thought that the service was exceptional nothing is stopping you from leaving more.
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    162162Tipping by credit card is considered somewhat undesirable, as some establishments will take part, if not all, of a credit card based tip "for the house" rather than passing it along to the server.  If you are paying by a credit card, give the server a tip when s/he returns your paying slip, or if paying by cash just round up the bill as you are paying.