Stopped on our way from a doctor's visit with my 5 year old granddaughter (who happened to be wearing a cast) at about 4:30pm on 1/23/13 and 4-5 staff were milling about at the hostess stand, I was asked, "just you and her?" to which I replied yes. She took us to a small banquet table lodged in between 2 larger tables with an adjoining bench seating which would mean we would eventually be forced to dine closely with people arriving later and I didn't want anyone bumping into my granddaughter's cast, so I asked why we couldn't have a booth (since the restaurant was nearly EMPTY), she said she would "check" and as I stood there waiting it occurred to me as to how condescending her action was - had it been my husband and I most likely we would have been seated differently, I chose to leave even though as I passed her she stated "we're going to give you a booth". One of the young men did hold the door open courteously.
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