By Vittoria Woodill

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s not where you typically hold class. Lunch was served, with a side of etiquette, at a local restaurant for adult students from a local college.

Sometimes lunch isn’t just lunch; it’s business, which means manners matter.

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So Pierce College partnered up with The Capital Grille on Chestnut Street to get a few students ready when they RSVP to an invitation to take a seat at a power lunch.

Once a year, students can partake in the etiquette course, complete with a full-course meal and the main dos and don’ts of attending a business lunch.

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On the menu was breaking bread and thinking before you season.

The goal is not only to empower students to own the table but own the room and their future.

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Vittoria Woodill