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Over the last several years, the chef's table has gone from being a rare and unique dining activity to almost a customary restaurant experience, at least in many large cities. From Oakland's Commis to New York City's Co., Chicago's Cibo Matto to LA's Church and State, chef's tables are popping up everywhere. Positioned in or near the kitchen of the restaurant, they're usually reserved for special attendees — with a steep price to correspond with the behind-the-scenes opportunity. Have you ever dined at a chef's table, and if so, where?