Dining Etiquette 101 | Tip & Tricks for Table Manners


Today, I am sharing a highly requested video with you just in time for the Holiday Season and for any gatherings you have coming up! I am sharing tips and tricks for dining etiquette and table manners. Thank you to Da Edoardo in Grand Blanc, Michigan for letting us use their beautiful restaurant!

Emily Post’s Book on Etiquette:

 Speaking portion – Beauty + Outfit

Restaurant portion – Beauty + Outfit




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  • Reply Sandi Pound

    Excellent video, Tracy. You adequately covered everything necessary involved in fine dining as well as casual dining etiquette. This video should be required in every school classroom settting as early as first grade! Good manners never go out of style. People do notice bad manners at a meal more than we all might realize. Thank-you for explaining and offering such sage suggestions and recommendations. . Happy holidays to you and your fine family. Keep on being classy and genteel.

  • Reply James

    Hello Tracy: one does NOT “hone-in” as you say. One “HOMES-IN” Also, you said “…have went into your…” the proper word is “have GONE into your…” this was viewed in your table manners segment. Aside from these two common, but incorrect word usage, a very informative series.

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