Why do some people think the world revolves around them? What did that woman think would happen if she got away with pushing ahead of everybody else? Does the world revolve around her?
What about the rest of us - why are there rules if they can just be ignored by people who decide they are superior to the rest of us peons?
I would have thrown her out long before the owner did - bu he did the right thing trying to keep things civil. Too bad she didn't know how to act around other people.
I like to go to Johnny B's - I hope she stays home.
If I were looking for a place to eat, I certainly wouldn’t complain if I picked one where I had to wait. Sunday morning traditionally is a time when people go out for breakfast and there is nothing unusual or wrong with waiting for a table to get good food.
Only somebody with no common sense would expect to jump to the head of the line with only part of their group there when the Diner’s policy written in big, clear letters says the entire party has to be there before they can be seated. That’s only reasonable. If I had been in line behind that complainer, with my whole group there, I would have left if she had been seated with only part of her group and we were left waiting.
The owner did the right thing. Pushy loudmouths shouldn’t get special treatment over the rest of us who wait our turn.
Unbelievable! Today I went to Johnnie B1s with 3 other women to have breakfast. Upon arrival, 2 of the women were already there having a discussion with the owner about seating us. He refused to seat the 2 women in our party until the entire party arrived. I was the 3rd and the 4th person in the party was right behind me. This was a matter of 3 - 4 minutes. The owner was so rude to our party he was absolutely frightening. We repeatedly tried to calm the situation but he would not stop. He was particularly rude to a woman in our party and would not back off. All the patrons of the place were staring as he was accusing of us of raising our voices, being belligerent and rude. He then refused to serve us. Of course we left immediately. My only regret was that we subjected ourselves to his tirade rather than walk out. I can't imagine any business owner treating any customers in this way for absolutely no reason. I have never seen such unprovoked anger hurled at customers in a public place.
We went to Stewarts on 9W -- and found them perfectly delightful.
The average age of our party was 68 and we had just come from Church. What will the owner do if a real problem occurs at the diner---This man has serious anger issues and never should be working with the public.
Stay far away from this place unless you are looking for a ringside seat for the local fights. I wonder what he would do if you complained about the food?
I have been eating here for several years and the waitresses are great! However, recently I called to order the same thing I always get, cooked the same way I always order. It was mothers day and I stopped in to get my order and saw that my order was not cooked properly. I asked to have it cooked more and the owner came out rudely and told me basicly eat it and like it or get your money back!!! I was very shocked with this service. I can understand when its extremely busy and its hard to bring back orders into the kitchen, but you dont ask what someone wants to eat if you cant provide it. This man could have came out and spoke to me nicely and I would have been more understanding. Anyway, I was always a good customer and have brought my family there several times, but not anymore.
Treat your longtime customers like you value their business and not like they are just another nobody.
This is an above average diner in a traditional art deco diner car. Its strength lays with its luncheon menu and draws a good lunch time crowd.
I've eaten there for years. It was taken over a couple of years back by new owners. They kept the best of what the former management had, added a few things of their own and refurbished the place.
The prices are inexpensive and service very prompt. The menu varies little and the food is tasty. Definitely check out their omlets. Very good. Expect other fare to be standard diner variety. Their open face turkey or beef sandwiches are tasty and will leave you very full. If you order either, be sure to ask for gravy over the fries!
Beware, they are closed on Monday.
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