You don’t have to bring out the china for a fine dining experience.
Most people’s idea of a fine dinner experience is a fancy restaurant. Or, bringing out the linen and china at home. With our busy lives, that idea isn’t usually on the table, but you don’t need all that. All fine dining takes is connection with those you’re enjoying a meal with.
Boyd Matheson explains this concept. He says one way to make dinner time more intentional is to put away the devices. For one hour of the day, put the phones down to inspire more meaningful conversations at the dinner table.