Things wrong from my visit last summer (and only visit).
1. Wait staff took over 10 minutes to say hello to the table (We, a 4 top, were 1 of 4 tables so they weren't weeded)
2. So much dust and crud on the walls that it was NASTY to look at.
3. Lack of management intervention during a scuffle between two employees. Curse words flew rampant out of one guys mouth involved in the scuffle.
4. Wait staff (all four servers), hostess and bartender stayed by the bar and talked the whole time. Drinks stayed empty and the cook had to walk the food out due to our "server" chatting at the bar.
5. Management promised gift certificates mailed due to our horrible experience to make up for the scuffled witnessed but they never came.
6. Food was marginal at best.
7. The best part was the cook who walked our food out and checked on us 2x due to our waiter loving to chat with other workers.
I've run a restaurant and I never would have allowed this lack of service to take place. I will never go there again and when friends ask, I am very honest about my experience there.
Not a fan of the show at all but am glad they are doing this to help raise awareness.
I got my tix. It sold out in less than 3 minutes.
All three shows in Charleston are sold out.
Can't wait to see these guys again after so many years.
What in hell good is this going to do? All it will do is piss other people off and then they take the chance of it getting violent. Traffic is bad enough w/o those asshats blocking it.
Luckily I don't have to cross that bridge going home.
From the video it would appear that the officer in very much in the wrong and if he is, he should be convicted of murder. I can understand having a rally, I agree with the above comment about a protest sending a wrong message.
My question is, why is the piece of "art" created by Phillip Hyman showing a man in a tan hoodie? Mr. Scott was not wearing a tan hoodie, he was wearing a blue/green shirt. I personally thing think it is a poor interpretation and I am concerned that it will do nothing more but to incite violence as people will associate it with the Travon Martin case.
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