It's a restaurant already familiar with Halloween trickery; last year, Chicago's Real Kitchen restaurant dressed up as Alinea. (Touche, friends.) Back for a second go-round, Real Kitchen decided to spoof once again and dressed up as "that trendy restaurant that just opened."
Now that you know how to strategically choose a seat for dinner (and just in time for Passover and Easter, phew!), you’d better brush up on your party guest manners. Andrew Zimmern sat down with the Wall Street Journal to discuss his own tactics and — given his travel schedule — we tend to trust him on the topic. Though, strangely, he doesn’t recommend saying things like, “this food is BIZARRE. Hey everyone, look at the weird things these people are eating!” Guess that’s kind of his own schtick.