Place the napkin in your lap shortly after you sit down. If you excuse yourself during the meal, leave your napkin—folded or unfolded—on your chair and push your chair in. When you've finished your meal, fold your napkin and put it to the left of your plate, a signal to the waitstaff that your last dishes should be cleared.
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