While the first order of business is to dine, it's also nice to feast your eyes on interesting subjects, like people. People watching, which varies greatly from an average stare, is a subtle study of what people are wearing, estimating where they may be going or even conjuring up great stories akin to "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty." I digress. The truth is, while waiting for your food, you'll inadvertently start to gaze at other patrons. And, when that happens, you might as well do it an unobtrusive and stylish way. Below are three restaurants that are great for surveying the scene, but note that you may also be seen.
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