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  1. There is nothing I like better than going out to dinner alone. I'm an introvert and with a crazy job, husband and 5 year old, the amount of quality time I get alone is minimal. When I go out to dinner alone, I like to make a reservation so I'm not standing around waiting. I prefer to eat at a table instead of the bar so I'm not being squeezed, sloshed upon or jostled. Not to mention the volume is often insane at the bar. I spend serious money when I go. All I really ask for is for a table and enough light to read by. Yet many Opentable restaurants will never show an open table for a single diner. Do the same search over for a table for 2 and tables magically appear. And now the new Savored website doesn't offer the option for solo diners to make educated decisions about how much they will spend and decide if the service is worthwhile. It leaves a sour taste in my mouth for places that do business that way. Anyone else?
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