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Whether you and your seven closest friends are celebrating the fact that it's Taco Tuesday or you're meeting all your immediate relatives to honor your brother's birthday, dining out as a large party isn't as simple as simply making a reservation.

Here, according to restaurant insiders, are the dos and don'ts of gathering a group at any eating establishment, from when to make a reservation to how to stay on your server's good side. Because we all know a happy server makes for a happy table. Call ahead— far ahead. As soon as your large-party outing is scheduled, call the restaurant and ask for a reservation. Depending on how many diners you'll be, you may need to call far in advance—as far as three weeks ahead for anywhere popular.

Then, let the restaurant "know upfront if you're looking for a particular seating arrangement to see if that's something it can accommodate," says Jennifer Wooddy, event sales coordinator for OMG Hospitality Group in San Diego. And if that is be a deal breaker, it's better to know when you're making the reservation.

During this call, you should also mention whether your group is celebrating a special occasion, such as a birthday or anniversary, or if anyone has special needs—which could be anything from wheelchair access to a gluten or peanut allergy.

Keep the restaurant updated. You made a reservation for eight, but now you know 10 people are coming. Don't assume the restaurant can add two seats to the table—because sometimes two seats are two seats too many for their dining room's capacity.

Whether you're adding guests or you have a last-minute couple drop out, call the restaurant to let the hostess know your number has changed. All show up at different times. Gathering a gaggle of friends, family members, or even coworkers isn't always easy, we know. As she explains, "on busy nights it becomes tough for a staff to predict wait times and anticipate large orders when a party is partially sat.

If you must lie to your habitually late friend to get him or there on time, then do it—after all, it's what restaurant insiders do.

Instead, "I tell them our reservation is 20 minutes earlier than the actual time because I know my friends often run late. Ask the people-person in your group to take the lead at your next group lunch—or assume the duty yourself.

Because taking charge at the table can ensure a smoother dining experience when more than a few people are seated, explains Titcomb. Order at the same time. Nothing will annoy—or exhaust—your server more quickly than if you run him or her to the kitchen 17 times to get someone at your table a refill on water one at a time. This is another time a table point-person can help too. Take all of your server's time.

The more people seated at your table, the more attention your table will need. But that doesn't mean every minute of your server's shift can be dedicated to your party; he or she still has other tables.

If there are six cameras and everyone wants a picture, have all your cameras ready to go. That's sometimes because food from a large table is split over two or more kitchen tickets, which can lead to a delay that means you're able to cut into your filet mignon before the guest beside you even has his dinner plate. Or your server may simply not be able to balance every cocktail on a single tray and—with other servers are unavailable to lend her a hand—you may have to wait for her second trip from the bar to raise all your glasses.

While splitting a check in half may not be a big deal, dividing it 12 ways—in 12 totally different amounts—could cause your server frustration. If you must divvy up the bill amongst all or most of your guests, "tell your server at the beginning of the meal, and let him or her know who will be paying together," Wooddy advises. And once you're seated, stay that way. No, we're not talking about denying yourself a necessary bathroom break.

But playing musical chairs at your table could confuse your server and all those separate checks could end up in front of the wrong people. Jillian Kramer July 19,

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Then, let the restaurant "know upfront if you're looking for a particular seating arrangement to see if that's something it can accommodate," says Jennifer Wooddy, event sales coordinator for OMG Hospitality Group in San Diego. And if that is be a deal breaker, it's better to know when you're making the reservation. During this call, you should also mention whether your group is celebrating a special occasion, such as a birthday or anniversary, or if anyone has special needs—which could be anything from wheelchair access to a gluten or peanut allergy.

Keep the restaurant updated. You made a reservation for eight, but now you know 10 people are coming. Don't assume the restaurant can add two seats to the table—because sometimes two seats are two seats too many for their dining room's capacity. Whether you're adding guests or you have a last-minute couple drop out, call the restaurant to let the hostess know your number has changed.

All show up at different times. Gathering a gaggle of friends, family members, or even coworkers isn't always easy, we know. As she explains, "on busy nights it becomes tough for a staff to predict wait times and anticipate large orders when a party is partially sat.

If you must lie to your habitually late friend to get him or there on time, then do it—after all, it's what restaurant insiders do. Instead, "I tell them our reservation is 20 minutes earlier than the actual time because I know my friends often run late.

Ask the people-person in your group to take the lead at your next group lunch—or assume the duty yourself. Because taking charge at the table can ensure a smoother dining experience when more than a few people are seated, explains Titcomb.

Order at the same time. Nothing will annoy—or exhaust—your server more quickly than if you run him or her to the kitchen 17 times to get someone at your table a refill on water one at a time. This is another time a table point-person can help too. Overeating at night is super common, but there are simple ways to help prevent it.

First, let's take a look at the main reasons why we snack at night or overeat throughout the evening. Maybe you didn't have an afternoon snack and lunch was hours and hours ago, and you're just ready to eat. When you're tired, your body releases more of the hormones that make you feel hungry , and it slows secretion of the hormones that do make you feel satisfied. Another common reason for overeating after work and during the evening is because we are looking for a 'reward' after having a tough or long day.

That feeling that we deserve that bit of chocolate, or extra serve of dinner, or extra glass of wine. We can also turn to food to deal with stress and negative feelings, nutritionist Fiona Tuck explained. It's comfort eating," Tuck told HuffPost Australia. Also, when our 'feel good' hormone is low, we often crave food such as carbs to boost 'feel good' chemicals in the brain.

Not eating enough throughout the day or skipping macronutrients at main meals can also result in overeating later in the day. They're just craving something sweet because their body is needing some carbohydrates to help with recovery, and then head for the chocolate or biscuit cupboard.

Now that we know why we overeat later in the day, here are eight ways to help prevent it from occurring. VeselovaElena via Getty Images Keep the fridge and fruit bowl full of fresh fruit for healthy snacks. It's easier to say 'no' to that block of chocolate once when you're in the supermarket, than it is to say no to it times when you're at home," McLeod told HuffPost Australia.

It sounds simple, but drinking enough water has been shown to be a helpful strategy for weight loss. When you're dehydrated you tend to eat more.

Spruce it up with fruit and herbs. Is it for comfort, a reward, boredom or truly hunger? Going to bed that little bit earlier can make a big difference," McLeod said. Have a chat to someone. Give your mum or your friends a call. Maybe even incorporate some yoga or mindfulness activities to help reduce stress. Although it can be tempting to help weight loss, skipping breakfast or lunch can actually lead to overeating later on in the day.

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