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Sitting down at The MEET, you’ll find a straightforward table setting with two different wine glasses and a gray placemat, plus two heavy silver forks and a very sharp serrated knife (you’ll be ready to dig into some meat, whichever cut you choose). While appetizers and sides come on relatively indistinct plates and bowls, your main course will arrive on a sizzling black stone griddle. As you cut into your meat or the accompanying roasted cherry tomatoes, the juices run off into little side divots, which reserve them so they can be sopped up with bread. In contrast to these dark and heavy serving platters, side dishes come in small, bright-orange porcelain casserole dishes, bringing a welcome splash of color to the table.