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I suspect that when these teens later went home and complained about this to their respective parents, they probably had it explained to them that this is how it is done in restaurants.
I have seen (and done) the outside cake. Guess what? You get charged for plates and silverware. This is no mystery...maybe it is...young teens, who knew?? It's not all free?? On one hand, I really don't see anything wrong with dad jumping in and explaining things to the teens that the wait staff was loathe to do. On the other hand, I'm guessing this "schooling" didn't go over well with the teens, and the wait staff was waffling all over the place. Was dad rude? Probably a little.Were the teens rude? No for ignorance, yes for belligerence. Dad butted in. I can't blame him for trying, but this really wasn't his place to to teach.
Quote from: Miss March on December 22, 2013, 09:43:06 AMI suspect that when these teens later went home and complained about this to their respective parents, they probably had it explained to them that this is how it is done in restaurants.Yep. i was just coming to say this. The waiter could have explained it better though.
I think this is yet another example of the staff not doing its job.IF you noticed the cake carrier just by looking at their table, then the waiter should have seen it. He could have tempered the temper tantrum temporarily(hee hee) by letting them know before they were ready to have their dessert, that outside food was not allowed in the restaurant or that there was a fee for serving. The manager should have broken the news.
Quote from: KinseyanneIn the bag was two cans of kitten formulaSo now ... just add water and you get kittens? What will they think of next??
In the bag was two cans of kitten formula
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