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Here’s an interesting food-ordering dynamic The Feast’s Rachel Tepper picked up on regarding Matchbox, the Chinatown restaurant that has expanded to include outposts on Capitol Hill and in Rockville: “Diners in Rockville tend to linger more during their meals, [co-owner Perry Smith] said, staying longer and ordering more desserts—twice as many as their downtown counterparts.”
Why do you think that might be? Leave your answers in the comments.