Celebrated Valentine's dinner a day early. Ordered Bruschetta for an appetizer. When I pronounced the appetizer as "Broosketta," I was corrected by your server, Michelle M., and she asked, "Oh, you'd like some "Brooshetta?" I answered yes, "Broosketta." She replied with, "What kind of "Brooshetta" would you like? I don't need to be corrected on the correct pronunciation of Bruschetta, and found her attitude snide and condescending...it set the tone for the rest of our meal and even though the rest of our experience was fine, Michelle needs to try some customer training!
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