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If you’re dining with a group of four, the best table at The MEET is one of the front booths. There, you’ll have a view of the beer brewing equipment (there’s a brewery just downstairs), and you’ll be out of the way of the waiters rushing to and from the kitchen. The booths also offer views of the outside (though, the view isn’t exactly spectacular — it just overlooks a big road). In the winter, there’s a fireplace in the back room. It’s fake, but it adds to The MEET’s cozy, hunting lodge-like feel. The tables in the back are also comfortable, quiet and out of the way — though you may have to work a little harder to get the waiters’ attention.