Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Do you greet the guest in the restaurant?

The main part of blessing the guest is determined to be gratitude to those who received a favor and charity from the Ma'ab for free, but not from those who bought food from a merchant by way of trade (see Mishnab C. Ra SKZ in the name of the Maga, and indeed there it is also mentioned that he trusts our messenger, but it is quite a shame that he pays to Exemption does mean in the 26th chapter of the 19th century, but even from there it is not necessary to mention a name in those who have nothing to do with the feast, but in the 19th century, the 19th century, to dispel the words of the Maga in the above-mentioned Mishnav desi, what one pays who does not bless), in any case there is no prohibition to say the blessing of the guest even in the restaurant and the blesser is blessed because the opinion of the Moor and the suggestion that the guest blesses the blessing of the guest even when paying.

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