A Final Word (and Warning) from Ristorante Nicola's Luigi Iannuario

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For more from Ristorante Nicola executive chef Luigi Iannuario check out parts one and two of our Q&A.

Five reasons why you should be nice to your server. 1. They are people, not servants, and we all have our job to do. 2. Most of them are funny and interesting. 3. Karma. 4. They can make your meal more pleasurable. 5. They are holding in their hands what you are about to put in your body -- and they are not always where you can see them.

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