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Chew on This: What Food Habits Are Dealbreakers?

In today's chat with restaurant critic Todd Kliman, he and a number of chatters weighed in on the kinds of food preferences or restaurant behavior that would be relationship dealbreakers. "Restaurant Refugee," a regular on the chat, listed "order a steak well done," "suggesting Lauriol Plaza for anything unless under duress," and "an unwillingness to eat at a divey bar or restaurant," among others. We'd second those and add "refusal to share dishes." We want to know: When it comes to food and restaurants, what would you consider a relationship dealbreaker?

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