More restaurants adopt eat, drink and no-phone policies

08/22/2011 | USA Today

Cellphone bans are becoming more prominent at a number of popular restaurants as owners try to make dining a pleasurable experience free from the sounds of others doing business. But knowing that a cell phone can be a business traveler's lifeline, some eateries still provide safe zones for must-make calls. "We just don't want cellphones in the dining room," said RJ Cooper, owner of Washington, D.C., hot spot Rogue 24.

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