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I also have worked in restaurants for many years. Mostly, in restaurants where it can be difficult to get a reservation. None have ever accepted bribes. We look down upon those people. I agree with the waitlist suggestion. Restaurants only have a certain number of tables. Money can’t make one appear out of thin air. A restaurant would never risk upsetting a customer that respects the reservation system and plans in advance over a customer that wants to bribe their way in, because they can’t plan ahead or thinks they can buy their way around the system. If there are restaurants like that out there, I wouldn’t want to patronize them.