October 27th 2012, about 11:00 a.m. my boyfriend and I went to the Exit for the first time. We chose it because it looked inviting and a change from the regular chains. At first we were delighted with the bakery and homefelt atmosphere. We were seated on the far right as you enter the restaureant, near the breakfast bar. The waitress (a very young lady) was going around to all tables in our section but never acknowledged us. Only when we kept looking around and at her that she signaled to another person in the kitchen to help us while she continued to help all others in that section. The other person had a look on her face like she pulled the short stick and very reluctlantly came over to take our order. Even when she came to ask if everything was ok, she literally stood behind me and asked. As my boyfriend and I who are an interracial couple looked around at the other customers, we both felt a strange uncomfortable feeling as if we were not welcomed there. We are both very mild mannered people and always give the benefit of the doubt, but the bad feeling in there that day was so thick you could cut it with a knife. We're also not very sensitive to racial issues but we both felt that was the reason we were treated so badly. We go to Frankenmuth often and have already told our friends and family about the experience.
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