I was there. It was fantastic!!!
Unfortunately, Mr. Robinson, "crappy service" is defined by the individual. That person's opinion is usually directly related to how much they've had to drink, how much money is in their wallet, and whether or not you're willing to give them a free shot or , god forbid, your phone number. What a lot of folks don't realize is that most people in our beloved food and beverage industry are paid less than minimum wage. We work for tips. We do it because it's exciting and interesting. We do it because we love it. And for most of us, as long as we can still pay the bills, there isn't anything else in the world we'd rather be doing with our time.
Delivery BBQ? Excellent! Can't wait.
Try doing "simple math" for three tables at once while keeping a drink order for five in your head and greeting the couple that was just seated. Splitting checks is a nuisance on a busy evening. When I go out to dinner, which is often, I either let my server know that we would like to pay separately before we place our order or I bring cash. It's not just a courtesy to our server but to the other people dining around us.
To the Bible-thumper...get a life. You'd be incredibly surprised how many people may be sitting next to you in church, praying to the same God, that happen to be homosexual. If you're going to go throwing around tidbits from the Bible, perhaps you would like to also point out the parts where it says that it's okay to beat your wife, cut off hands, and pluck out eyes. We don't live in Biblical times but that's exactly where your statement belongs.
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