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1997 – Silver service is oriented for a right-handed waiter. Thus to serve the food, the waiter stands behind the guest and to the guest’s left, holds or supports the platter with their left hand, and serves the food with their right hand. It is common for the waiter to hold the serving-fork above the serving-spoon both in the right hand, and use the fingers to manipulate the two as a pincer for picking up and transferring the food.

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One could not ask for a more pleasing group to work with. And the number of options Prime Time has to choose from is amazing. They will truly cater to your every need. And if you like something enough, they might even make it for you!

Megan Selnick Events & DesignCincinnati, OH

Prime Time Party Rentals - Dayton provides our company with an excellent selection of glassware unsurpassed by any other company of the area. The prices are always reasonable, and the availability is never an issue. Great to work with and awesome staff!

Epitome BartendingDayton, OH
Prime Time has always been more than helpful whenever I or one of my bride's has had a crazy idea, or a normal idea. They are more than willing to help you make decisions and create amazing looks for your reception or event. Everything also shows up in excellent condition and on time! I very highly recommend them for any event needs you may have!!
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Silver service is oriented for a right-handed waiter. Thus to serve the food, the waiter stands behind the guest and to the guest’s left, holds or supports the platter with their left hand, and serves the food with their right hand. It is common for the waiter to hold the serving-fork above the serving-spoon both in the right hand, and use the fingers to manipulate the two as a pincer for picking up and transferring the food.

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