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In Rome, people who make reservations at restaurants but don't show up can be fined up to 200 euros



The phenomenon is well-known on a global scale. It's called "no show," and it's the poor habit of making a reservation at a restaurant and then failing to show up without canceling. However, the excessive prices that are driving the whole nation to its knees - and thus also and especially the restaurateurs - have sparked a genuine revolution in Rome. Some restaurants have begun to penalize individuals who reserve a table but do not show up. This approach has been widespread in other countries for many years, but in Italy until recently, nearly no one used it. Technically, a credit card deposit is required at the time of booking and will be subtracted from the final payment. In the event of a no-show without prior notification, the amount will be kept as a penalty.


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