Whenever I dine in a restaurant, I always worry about finding a suitable place to park my bag. If possible, I put it on an empty chair that is away from people (to avoid theft) or on the dining table (where I can see and if there is room). Otherwise, I place in on my lap under the napkin. If the bag is too big, then I place it on my back. However, I find it very uncomfortable sitting on the edge of a chair. Hanging the bag on the back of the chair is out of the question for me, because people can snatch it without me ever noticing until I leave the restaurant. Oh no, I do not want to place my precious bag on the dirty floor! Wonder how you solve this bag placement problem? Last night, I came across this thread, Giving in and buying a "purse hook", about a fantastic solution. The purse hook from www.luxelink.com appears impressive. Do you use a purse hook or plan to use one in the future? Personally, I think the restaurant should provide these to us, because I do not want to have to carry one around. Although the hook weighs about 2-3 oz, everything adds up quickly when you consider the weight of the purse organizer, wallet, change, cell phone, camera, mirror, lipstick, pens, and etc..