My 90 year old Mama and we, the kids & grandkids, have been going to Seminole Wind in Thomasville, GA for as long as it has been opened! Every Sat. Mama rides on the transit bus to go there to eat a great meal. The waitresses are wonderful!! Mama is treated like a queen and we would not even think of going anywhere else!! We go there for the waitresses who make us feel welcome and we never run out of drinks! The food is a great plus too!!! My 3 yr. old grandbaby loves their rutabegas!!! Even if the food was horrible , ( and it's not-it's delicious!), we would still go just for the service!! WE DO LOVE ALL OF YALL-Cooks included!!!!!!!!!!!!!
tommy is a genius for bringing his great homestyle cooking to Tallahassee. I had eaten at his other restaurants in Cairo,Ga. and I think they have done a great job not changing a thing. I ate in the Tallahassee restaurant and the service was great, but the buffet was worth every penny. The other buffets short change you with processed foods, and veggies from a can. I felt like keeping my booth for the next meal. Great Job and keep up the good work! - clay m.
I have debated and debated about my decision to stand up for myself and other handicapped individuals. It's been over a month since this happened, but I have thought of it daily. It was a Sunday afternoon, right after church and we decided to eat lunch at Seminole Wind.
We arrived and I got my walker and hopped to the entrance. It was cold and damp and church goers were lined out the door. I turned to my Dad and told him that I was going to find a seat in the rear and wait. No one at the door or in the restaurant bothered to make room for me or my walker to hop through. I made it to the doorway of the expansion and the owner so rudely tapped on my shoulder and told me that I could not cut the line in front of other customers. I responded by letting her know that I had only been out of the hospital 4 days and was unable to stand. She stated she didn't care and told me I would have to return back to the line.
Needless to say, I told my Father that I didn't want the food and would not be returning. I doubt this review does anything, no I haven't contacted the owner as of yet. I just want to know if others have gotten this kind of behavior.
The reason I was on the walker was due to having 90% of my right shin removed due to Cancer. I was not wearing a sign stating I had had Cancer, my leg was wrapped in a flesh colored bandage resembling ACE bandages. I'm hoping that someone around here reads the Americans with Disabilities Act and starts holding businesses accountable for not being up to date with facilities. There are no ramps, no designated dining areas or employees that offer assistance at Seminole Wind.
I am challenging the owner to update their facility for accomodations before someone else gets so rudely treated.
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