Would you ask for a "celebrity chef's" autography?

Earlier this week I gave a newly opened celebrity chef owned burger joint a try. As we were finishing up, the women sitting next to us began berating the server as to the whereabouts of the chef, going so far to ask when he might be back in the restaurant.

It being said that the establishment is a quick service restaurant, would you ask the chef in attendance to sign your menu? What about a multiple star celebrity chef run Manhattan outpost, would you think this appropriate there? I personally find it both tacky and unnecessary, but I also haven't asked for an autograph since my childhood Disneyland days. What about you?


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