Unformatted text preview: hand the un-cleanliness of the restaurant. My friend and me had seen one of the waitresses while cleaning up, drop some of the silverware on the floor and place it back on the table. Not only that but the floor and the tables were not clean prior to us getting there. We had to wait for out table to be cleaned and the floor to be vacuumed. The last thing that made this the worst experience was the waitress. I had told her that I had wanted a “Shirley Temple” and she told me she was not going to give it to me because she thought I was alcohol. Then when I told her that it was not, she told me she didn’t believe me. Also she never checked on us until we were ready to leave and to top it off she brought us the check well before we were ready to leave and pay. I understand that this is not a five star restaurant but at the same time, they must have some types of standards for their restaurant and this experience takes the cake for being the worst dining experience ever....
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course ENC 101 taught by Professor Johnsmith during the Spring '11 term at FSU.
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