My wife and I thought we found a place that we could take our special needs son for Sunday night family pizza night. We enjoyed our wait staff - she was the same age as our son, and loved getting hugs from him. But all this came to an end on May 6, 2012. As my wife was entering the front door of the restaurant with my son and mother-in-law, the owner approached her directly and asked "Can you control him and his noises?" Sadly, my wife had to say "no" as he suffers from Cerebral Palsy and there is nothing we can do to change that for him. He then told my wife that "you will then need to leave." Our sweet waitress had to witness something no one should ever have to suffer as she was bringing our pre-ordered food and drinks to the table. My wife turned and walked back out to the car with my son in tow. Having nothing else planned for dinner, my wife was bold enough to go back inside and buy our last pizza from this place.
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