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Eating, as it turns out, can be a complicated thing. From the changing norms surrounding tipping (always 20 percent, even at counter-service spots, people) to the mind-boggling number of “never-ending” pasta combinations available at the Olive Garden, dining out has always been riddled with more questions than obvious answers. For our part, Eater’s always been here to help.

But now, we’re launching a dare-we-say simpler way to navigate the world, distilling our absolute-best eating and drinking tips into one emphatic action, embodied in a brand-new newsletter: The Move is an experience-driven place for Eater’s editors to reveal their recommendations and pro dining tips — sometimes thoughtful, sometimes weird, but always someone’s go-to move. What’s the best way to work around a notorious restaurant wait? An underreported but essential menu hack? Or the only thing you should eat at an airport, a stadium, or at a beloved national fast-food chain? (You’re probably at the Olive Garden for the breadsticks, but The Move is the fettuccine alfredo with grilled chicken — the bland chicken cuts the richness of the sauce.)

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