Firecreek refused to seat me at a table while I was waiting for a coworker to join me for dinner. I arrived about 10 minutes earlier than my dinner companion and was told by the young woman who greeted me that she would not seat me at a table.
She said I could wait at the bar or the high bar tables in the rear. I explained that my companion and I were planning on having a glass of wine and then dinner. I do not like sitting at bars. The "greeter" refused to accommodate me. I asked her if this was a restaurant policy. She said it was. I suggested that their "policy" could be interpreted as discriminatory to women who arrived alone. She went to get her manager.
The manager (female) and I discussed the situation; she suggested I was in a "bad mood." My dinner companion arrived and we left Firecreek so that we might enjoy our dinner in a more accommodating atmosphere.
The restaurant was almost empty, except for a couple seated at a table eating and a few people at the bar. Perhaps other would-be customers have received the same bad treatment that I did.
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