I walked into this restaurant with my son who is blind, my daughter in law and my son's guide dog. There were obvious available tables. The host told us that they were all reserved. I told him we lived in the neighborhood and would love to eat there. He insisted he had no tables.
We left, and I then called the restaurant and asked to make a reservation in the next ten minutes for a party of three. They said, no problem, we will have a table for you.
Why would they be so blatantly rude. We could have called the police and made a scene, but my son didn't want to cause a problem.
That is why I am writing this review. They should be ashamed!
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