I’m sure this isn’t the last you’ll hear from me on the subject, but this is just to close out my recent rants about the bad habits of restaurant employees out there everywhere.
If you need a recap, here’s how it panned out on my end…
- A little background on my shellfish allergy before I write my next rant of a blog… • December 30, 2009 • 5 Comments
- Don’t ever eat anything anywhere anytime. •December 31, 2009 • 4 Comments
- More shocking & disguting revelations from your serving staff… •January 4, 2010 • 10 Comments
Admittedly, I was just “going off” in reaction to the mentioned articles, but it doesn’t excuse any of the deplorable actions described within. I really appreciate the blog hits, feedback, & discussion on the issue… whether it was here on this blog, or via Facebook, Twitter, Pittsburgh Beat, or whatever venue a link was pimped upon.
In the last blog, I was tagged and deemed it by an entertaining blogger named Charity that sits on the server side of the fence, and some things were explained to me. She was one of the ones quoted in my rants, although she wasn’t confessing to disgusting behavior, just complaining about customers (which she has every right to do). Apparently I’m adorable in a “oh my, isn’t he so naive” kind of way. I commented there, really saying all I have to say on the subject for now. I even saw a few encouraging words from another commenter, teleburst, who provided some cool links to his blog on being more accommodating to customers with special dietary needs. Let’s hope he does eventually blog about allergies!
I love the blogs about how to be a better customer that are out there… I wouldn’t imagine that people would actually do some things like share drinks with free refills or leave a mess after their kid makes one… But I guess it’s happening out there everywhere.
I know I mentioned discussing tips, but the mood has passed for now… I’m sure I’ll dive into it someday. I need to do another goofy W(aL)D post soon. Hits have been skyrocketing for my Sprint Short Codes post, there’s apparently still a problem that Sprint refuses to admit! Oh well, until next time… Remember to tip your servers at least 20% for good service, unless they slip you some regular instead of decaf or beef stock when they tell you it’s vegetable stock.