Solo Diners Eat Out Week
Many people believe that eating out alone is a bad thing or downright sad. We think it’s a great way for us to unwind and practice self-care.
There are thousands of people who agree and they get a vacation all to themselves!
Solo Diner’s week-long Eat Out Week is a chance to discover a new restaurant, relive a favorite, or simply take some time to choose where to eat.
People believed that eating out alone was something only the very poor could do. Solo Diner’s week-long Eat Out Week proved that you can enjoy a great meal out by yourself.
Amanda Cohen, a world-renowned NYC chef and solo diner, has been celebrating Solo Diner‚Äôs Eat Out Week at Dirt Candy. She offers great options for solo diners on Valentine’s Day, so that they aren’t penalized for living a more free lifestyle.
Since then, the tradition has been carried on to other restaurants with more “Solo Diner‚Äôs Eat Out Week” celebrations being held in restaurants all over.
What are the advantages of eating out alone? One, there is no dispute over who pays the bill. Solo diners don’t need to agree with anyone on where to eat. They can eat wherever they like.
These diners finally get to relax at their favorite restaurant and take their time choosing their meals. They can also linger over dessert until it’s time to leave the restaurant and head out into the real world. Solo Diner’s Eat Out Week doesn’t offer consolation for the lonely. It’s a celebration of the Independent!
You should go out to eat at your favorite restaurant or explore the one you have been eyeing all these years!
A guest doesn’t necessarily have to be there in order to enjoy a great meal out. Food Critic Ryan Sutton said that a restaurant should be an enjoyable, engaging, and intellectually stimulating experience all by itself.
You deserve to take the time to appreciate the finer things of life, even if it means sharing the experience with others.