I've been meaning to write this review for a while but am just now getting to it. I wish I could say how the place was but unfortunately I wasn't given the chance. My wife and I had taken some of our employees out one night back in late summer or early fall, I don't remember the exact date. We decided to give the Looney Bin a try. As 3 of us walked up into the restaurant the bartender (who I found out later from someone else is the owner) looked at us and said to my wife and our employee, I can serve you both but I can't serve him. When I said excuse me she said "you are side-stepping, you are obviously intoxicated." That was news to me as I hadn't had a drink that night to that point. I do have an old hip injury however that causes me some time to favor it and walk with a little bit of a limp. I can only assume this is what she meant. However this is not very good business on her point. Why not ask me some questions? Start a conversation? See how my speech is? To simply call me out in front of the rest of the bar and declare that I am drunk and can't be served was uncalled for and it was embarrassing. I own a very successful business in this community, I employ over 80 employees, I have never been intoxicated to the point that I should be "cut off." Obviously I found this inappropriate and embarrassing, not wanting to have a confrontation with the bartender we simply turned around and left. We called the other members of our party who were on the way to meet us and we went to another local establishment and had a great night.
Advice to the owner: before you just judge someone as being to drunk to serve try talking to them a little bit and not just assuming the worst and being rude about it, at the very least you could have been more discrete about it you, it was uncalled for to announce it for every other patron in the vicinity to hear.
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