NEW YORK CITY - If you look at your Facebook newsfeed, you'll probably find more than one "what I ate today..." posts, and of course, accompanying photos. But what if you were stopped from photographing your fajita, because the restaurant was camera shy?
The New York Times is reporting some chefs are now banning patrons from taking photos of their food, or have instituted a no-flash policy.
Apparently, too many people taking photos of their food with smartphones or other cameras, to post them online, and it's ruining the ambiance and dining experience for others.
The New York Times listed several restaurants in New York City and others in the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada.
The Times reported a restaurant in Brooklyn is among banning the photos. The owner said the photo-taking was not only distracting other customers, but also the chef.