we went in for breakfast with a big group after a funeral. we asked to be at a tables together and since the place was nearly empty i didnt see what the problem was. the servers basically whined and looked at each other clueless before they sat us in a corner booth where only half of us could sit, leaving the rest of our group at random tables nearby. we all went there to mingle and have breakfast we were obviously in no rush. a totally different server came by us and interupted us to say in the most rude voice possible that "because we have a big group we werent going to get all of our food at the same time" and rolled her eyes as she walked away from our group...well, obviously. but she should mind her on business the server we did have was nice and helpful, and polite and never said our food would be a problem. i ordered a big meal, they forgot about my pancakes- i didnt even complain but my server came right over and appologized and said that the cook forgot about them.. no problems with it because the food was all cooked right and tasted good! but the other girls should get a lesson in being nicer to people, and especially since the place is located next door to a funeral home if a group of people wearing black came in youd think maybe theyve had a rough time i should try and be extra happy and smiles. a smille goes a long way... ...and with big groups.. big groups= more money and bigger tips.
bottom line, if you get the right server you will have a good experience there but apparently as a whole, most of the girls have bad attitudes and i have no idea how theyve worked there so long in customer service..
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