This experienced ended with the "Owner's wife" screaming at me and calling my babies "[--]Dirty"...
My family and I were put in a corner in the bar section of the restaurant and stared at rudely by the "Owner's wife" throughout our meal. Not only did she stare at us, she walked by to pick up a noodle off the floor, give me a dirty look and then pass by another table to comment to them about us.
I have taken my family to unbelievable restaurants, including Craft, The London, and Flemings, all which have been incredibly accomodating to the needs of our twin toddlers. They are regular little boys who make a little mess under the table because they are learning to eat unassisted.
Not only was this woman rude, but she took it a step beyond by coming to our table to make sure we weren't getting any more pasta and then chastised us for the few pieces of pasta one of our boys dropped on the floor. She accused my 18 month old of throwing food and told me that we were only welcome if he could be neat.... are you kidding me???
Why have high chairs at all? (Which by the way were both broken) You might as well post a sign at the door that says "WE DISCRIMINATE AGAINST CHILDREN! THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED HERE!"
In order to not cause a scene in the restaurant, something the "owner" had no intention of doing, I called her after I'd had a chance to calm down. Her response was to scream over me, cuss at me, call my childen "[--] DIRTY" and hang up on me.
The irony of this is that is was our server who offered suggestions to order penne pasta so they could eat with their hands. It's too bad ou r sweet waitress has to work for such an awful owner.
It doesn't matter how how the food was, or what the restaurant looked like, or how the service was when in the end everything is negated by an awful woman looking to take our her frustrations on babies.
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