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Lucky for you, when you make a reservation at Lemaire, you don’t have to worry about any steep cancellation fees if you decide to ditch out at the last minute. Whether it’s an early flight home, a day of shopping that runs too long or simply a desire not to go out to eat, your cancelation won’t get you blacklisted. However, for courtesy’s sake, we highly recommend trying your best to make any cancellations at least 24 hours in advance.
Lemaire is a popular restaurant, especially on the weekends, and canceling last-minute means it’s harder for the restaurant to give your table to someone else. Just to be safe, keep Lemaire’s phone number handy so you can let the host or hostess know in advance that you won’t make your scheduled reservation.
Lemaire requests that all reservations be cancelled prior to the reservation time so that other guests may enjoy that table. Group dining reservations of 10 or more guests require a 48-hour cancellation notice to avoid cancellation fees.