Card to Wallet
Gregory Wilson's Ring Leader
Answered at 12:50pm on October 29th, 2013 by s_branham (149 karma)
Answered at 06:13am on November 13th, 2013 by yoav1112 (39 karma)
Magic that's quick and visual works really well in these situations. Also try to look for things that happen in your hands or your spectator's hands.
Answered at 03:07pm on October 31st, 2013 by robertsonmagic (37 karma)
Anything in the hands (that doesn't need a table.)
Answered at 01:43pm on October 31st, 2013 by SemiFamous_Mort (3 karma)
Matthew Johnsons Live lecture has TONS of Routines that instantly reset. I personally recomend Blackeye and Sweet.
Answered at 06:31pm on February 18th, 2014 by 6ofSpades (6 karma)
Tricks that are quick and visual and easy to follow
-I would agree with s_branhams list and would also add a good paddle trick
-Also tricks that require very, and I mean very, little reset time!
Answered at 12:25pm on January 7th, 2014 by rayouellette (-3 karma)
All the tricks with no setup are good for restaurant. ALso aregood some impromptu trick with the silverware that you can find on the spectator's table. A good trick is also Sweet by Matthew Johnson because it's an impromptu trick with sugar packets that you can very easily find in any restaurant.
Answered at 06:32am on December 13th, 2013 by Leonared (0 karma)
So long as you have the flash paper cleared with the restaurant, you can't do better than Jay Sankey's "In A Flash."
Answered at 02:19pm on November 12th, 2013 by cpnich (103 karma)