Sometimes I get a little "self-conscious" when I choose to dine at a full-service sit-down restaurant at WDW. I know I am being "silly" , but I sometimes feel that it isn't quite "normal" to have a "single" (sometimes the ONLY one) seated in a room full of tables filled with family groups, etc. Am I alone ? I am on the "shy" side for one thing. Another problem is that USUALLY , when I do use a full-service place , I always seemed to be placed right in the MIDDLE of the room---which drives me crazy. I don't know. I just feel "uncomfortable" , and I KNOW I shouldn't. It would certainly make me feel better if I knew there were other , older , "solos" who felt the same. I hate to "give-up" my favorite restaurants. But, I just HATE the thought of walking in and being seated RIGHT where I seem to be the "focus" of attention (even though I know I am NOT.) I feel "out-of-place" , so to speak. It would be different if I saw many OTHER single diners. But, that has never been the case for me. I aways seem to be THE only single diner in the whole restaurant, and it makes me feel VERY "uncomfortable." Any comments , or "tips" would be appreciated. I LOVE the thought of dining at the Brown Derby , or Alfredo's , or LeCellier, etc. but am "concerned" that I will end -up right in the center of the room , OR someplace where I seem to draw "attention." The thought drives me crazy , and I often "give-up" the thought and just dine fast-food. Like I said, if there are OTHERS who have the same "problem" I do , it would help me to know. Maybe it is because I hardly EVER see single diners at full-serve restaurants---either when I am dining with a group , or alone. Comments, please.