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2013-06-18 07:23:07 PM
Looks fake to me. As someone who has been in the restaurant industry for 16 years, very rarely do you ever find an establishment that doesn't use table numbers even for their bar tables. The only instance is usually a bar check (because patrons are not only seated at bar seats, but standing as well). What's more, the server's name just says "server" not a name. Again, the only time you ever see that is if it's a generic bar log-in for bar tenders. I'm thinking hoax for publicity.
 
2013-06-18 07:31:59 PM
JUST TO CLARIFY:  THE FRIENDLYS THAT INSULTED THE CUSTOMER'S KID IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE CHAIN OF PROTO-DENNYS ICE CREAM PARLOR/RESTAURANTS.

IT IS A TOTALLY SEPARATE ENTITY.


I take any attack on the Friendlys (ice cream place) very seriously, because they have a link sausage sandwich that cures hangovers like magic.  Magic, I tell you!
 
2013-06-18 07:33:47 PM

tallen702: Looks fake to me. As someone who has been in the restaurant industry for 16 years, very rarely do you ever find an establishment that doesn't use table numbers even for their bar tables. The only instance is usually a bar check (because patrons are not only seated at bar seats, but standing as well). What's more, the server's name just says "server" not a name. Again, the only time you ever see that is if it's a generic bar log-in for bar tenders. I'm thinking hoax for publicity.


My POS always said my name. If you were a server, it was mandatory (unless there was a big event). It had the option of adding a table number if you were a manager, bartender, or if we were behind an couldn't close out tables fast enough (MSU VS UM games never had table numbers, only the last four digits of their credit card or ID#). But everywhere is different.
 
2013-06-18 07:33:56 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: But Domachowski also stuck up for the employee, telling CNN she "didn't mean to offend the gentleman and his son," and was "just in a hurry and forgot to take that off."

And yet she found the time to put it on there in the first place.

Never worked in a bar/restaurant have you?

No, I haven't (though I have done customer service).  Am I missing some profound insight that somehow makes biatchiness like this completely acceptable?

Done both, hated both BTW. Anyway the only reason to be able to tag a table/ticket is so you know who is whose. It's a sports bar and people may move around so table 34 just doesn't work in that situation. So she wrote and then got slammed was in the weeds and the Fam guy is saying mam we'd like to go now, so she prints it off forgetting how she tagged them and voila.

Is there a reason the tag had to be "farkIN NEEDY KIDS"?

They were the only ones in the bar with needy kids?


According to TFA, he was the only one in the bar with kids at all.  You'd think "KIDS" would be sufficient without the passive-aggressive insult.
 
2013-06-18 07:34:08 PM

tallen702: Looks fake to me. As someone who has been in the restaurant industry for 16 years, very rarely do you ever find an establishment that doesn't use table numbers even for their bar tables. The only instance is usually a bar check (because patrons are not only seated at bar seats, but standing as well). What's more, the server's name just says "server" not a name. Again, the only time you ever see that is if it's a generic bar log-in for bar tenders. I'm thinking hoax for publicity.


Or they're a bar.
 
2013-06-18 07:35:50 PM

mccallcl: HeartBurnKid: Is there a reason the tag had to be "farkIN NEEDY KIDS"?

The reason is, she was stressed out, and forced to be nice to someone that was making her suffer. So she made a mistake. Burn the witch!

The dad should have saved it as a badge of honor, it makes a good story for the bar, and if he's honest with himself his kids are needy. Profanity is not that offensive, it's a shared delusion that we pretend to be offended by it if we think it will get someone in trouble. Otherwise, who cares enough about the f word to go to the media? The dude is a whiny biatch and the waitress is probably a cool lady I would like to hang out with.

Case closed!


I took it this way: She took their order, Dad didn't order food for his child, then the kid was hungry, of course, so Dad ordered a tiny little bit of food for the kid. And the waitress was like, "farking needy kid! Imagine, wanting to eat lunch when you're in a restaurant with your father!"

Complete sarcasm, and more a snark on Dad being a selfish jerk than anything else. She wasn't saying the kid was needy; she was saying the opposite, and that Dad should've ordered him something up front.
 
2013-06-18 07:38:47 PM

mjohnson71: Looks like the yelp.com nazis have attacked.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/friendlys-restaurant-and-bar-saint-louis


THE SLACKTIVISTS HAVE MOBILIZED!
 
2013-06-18 07:40:56 PM

mccallcl: HeartBurnKid: Is there a reason the tag had to be "farkIN NEEDY KIDS"?

The reason is, she was stressed out, and forced to be nice to someone that was making her suffer. So she made a mistake. Burn the witch!

The dad should have saved it as a badge of honor, it makes a good story for the bar, and if he's honest with himself his kids are needy. Profanity is not that offensive, it's a shared delusion that we pretend to be offended by it if we think it will get someone in trouble. Otherwise, who cares enough about the f word to go to the media? The dude is a whiny biatch and the waitress is probably a cool lady I would like to hang out with.

Case closed!


Remind me not to go to your restaurant.  Or rather, to go and not tip.
 
2013-06-18 07:42:05 PM

mjohnson71: yelp


Ha, those yelp reviews are amusing:

Not entirely friendly.......
Had a Groupon for two chicken dinners and two drinks.  Walked in on a Wednesday.  The waitress walked right past us...even when I said "Excuse me".  Finally an older woman, owner or regular I don't know, approached us and told us to have a seat anyway, whether in the bar, dining room, side room, or patio.  We chose the dining room.
It took a while for the waitress (same one that ignored me before) to acknowledge we were sitting and waiting.  When she finally came over, I told her we had the groupon.  My friend asked if they accepted credit cards, and she said the didn't.  They do have an ATM onsite though.  Anyway...she then disappeared.  Ten minutes later she came back and asked if we had decided to stay??  I asked her if one of us told her we were leaving??  I'm not sure where that came from....
So she took our drink orders.  They have a lot on tap, including some craft beers.  This gave them an extra star for me.   The menu is very informal.  This is more of a bar than a restaurant is the impression I got. We ordered our chicken dinners (half a chicken and two sides each) and a sampler appetizer platter.  Nothing fancy, a bunch of fried stuff.  Typical bar type food.
It took what seemed like a long time for the appetizer to come out...and then they chicken came very shortly after.  Seems it should not have taken that long for the appetizer, which was served in a paper tray, to come out.  But whatever, my friend and I were enjoying our drinks and people watching.   (Always great people watch in South City.  I'm pretty sure the people at the next table we cultivating an affair of some sort as she had a ring on her hand, and he did not. And the body language was more intimate than you would see with most married couples.  Plus she later traded tongue kisses with someone else in this party of four.  But...I digress back to my review.)
The chicken dinner....is huge.  I will say, it was delicious.  I had the slaw and the onion rings as my sides.  Nothing amazing here.  Onion rings were good, served in a paper tray.  The slaw was served in a small bowl like those we were served in elementary school.  The chicken was on a separate plate and consisted of a leg, wing, breast, and thigh.  The chicken was cooked and juicy and the breading was crispy.  We both took home chicken leftovers.
Again, I'll say...this place has the atmosphere of a bar.  The dining room we sat in had several tvs with multiple sporting events going on.  Several video games, dart boards, a shuffle board table, etc.  There was some sort of game similar to the drinking game quarters going on...so our dining experience was loud.  There were not many table in the room and most were set for four people and shoved together.  Maybe the other room would have been better suited for dining.  Evidently there is a patio, although I didn't see it.
Overall...while the chicken was good....the service was questionable at best.  Maybe I would stop in for a drink, as it is in my neighborhood.  But with the bars on Morganford and Black Thorn so close...and my experiences in all those being so much more positive....I doubt it.
I'm giving this an overall score of....eh....


What a creepy stupid biatch!
 
2013-06-18 07:51:34 PM

HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: But Domachowski also stuck up for the employee, telling CNN she "didn't mean to offend the gentleman and his son," and was "just in a hurry and forgot to take that off."

And yet she found the time to put it on there in the first place.

Never worked in a bar/restaurant have you?

No, I haven't (though I have done customer service).  Am I missing some profound insight that somehow makes biatchiness like this completely acceptable?

Done both, hated both BTW. Anyway the only reason to be able to tag a table/ticket is so you know who is whose. It's a sports bar and people may move around so table 34 just doesn't work in that situation. So she wrote and then got slammed was in the weeds and the Fam guy is saying mam we'd like to go now, so she prints it off forgetting how she tagged them and voila.

Is there a reason the tag had to be "farkIN NEEDY KIDS"?

They were the only ones in the bar with needy kids?

According to TFA, he was the only one in the bar with kids at all.  You'd think "KIDS" would be sufficient without the passive-aggressive insult.


What fun would that have been and what if another family showed up ; )
 
2013-06-18 07:55:09 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: But Domachowski also stuck up for the employee, telling CNN she "didn't mean to offend the gentleman and his son," and was "just in a hurry and forgot to take that off."

And yet she found the time to put it on there in the first place.

Never worked in a bar/restaurant have you?

No, I haven't (though I have done customer service).  Am I missing some profound insight that somehow makes biatchiness like this completely acceptable?

Done both, hated both BTW. Anyway the only reason to be able to tag a table/ticket is so you know who is whose. It's a sports bar and people may move around so table 34 just doesn't work in that situation. So she wrote and then got slammed was in the weeds and the Fam guy is saying mam we'd like to go now, so she prints it off forgetting how she tagged them and voila.

Is there a reason the tag had to be "farkIN NEEDY KIDS"?

They were the only ones in the bar with needy kids?

According to TFA, he was the only one in the bar with kids at all.  You'd think "KIDS" would be sufficient without the passive-aggressive insult.

What fun would that have been and what if another family showed up ; )


It'd be a lot less embarrassing when the father of the farking needy kids got his bill.
 
2013-06-18 07:56:29 PM

HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: tinfoil-hat maggie: HeartBurnKid: But Domachowski also stuck up for the employee, telling CNN she "didn't mean to offend the gentleman and his son," and was "just in a hurry and forgot to take that off."

And yet she found the time to put it on there in the first place.

Never worked in a bar/restaurant have you?

No, I haven't (though I have done customer service).  Am I missing some profound insight that somehow makes biatchiness like this completely acceptable?

Done both, hated both BTW. Anyway the only reason to be able to tag a table/ticket is so you know who is whose. It's a sports bar and people may move around so table 34 just doesn't work in that situation. So she wrote and then got slammed was in the weeds and the Fam guy is saying mam we'd like to go now, so she prints it off forgetting how she tagged them and voila.

Is there a reason the tag had to be "farkIN NEEDY KIDS"?

They were the only ones in the bar with needy kids?

According to TFA, he was the only one in the bar with kids at all.  You'd think "KIDS" would be sufficient without the passive-aggressive insult.

What fun would that have been and what if another family showed up ; )

It'd be a lot less embarrassing when the father of the farking needy kids got his bill.


Who's embarrassed?
 
2013-06-18 08:11:54 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: Who's embarrassed?


For some reason I feel like you get it, cool : )
 
2013-06-18 08:21:38 PM
I miss cracker barrel.
 
2013-06-18 08:30:40 PM
"So customers with children are a joke?"

Yes, yes you are. Glad you realize that, now move along.
 
2013-06-18 09:10:07 PM

FrancoFile: The water was cold: dletter: thismomentinblackhistory: exick: LordZorch: So, a place that doesn't cater to people who want to inflict their crotchfruit on everyone else is "bad"...?  Too bad more places aren't like this...

Friendly's is an ice cream parlor. Their entire existence is based on catering to kids.

Actually we both made the same mistake. The place is not the franchise, but instead a sports bar...great family environment I'm sure.

As did I.... Friendly's the chain is strictly a NorthEast US thing (I have family outside of Philly, so, I know it from that).  So, this bar in St Louis doesn't likely get into any trouble with the name.


I didn't realize that Florida is in the NE!

Not as "strictly" as you thought.

Ohio takes exception to being described as "northeast" as well.


Ya well, the rest of us have to describe Ohio as "a state" despite our adamant objections... I'm sure they'll get over it.
 
2013-06-18 09:11:09 PM

Vector R: mjohnson71: yelp

Ha, those yelp reviews are amusing:


Not entirely friendly.......
Had a Groupon for two chicken dinners and two drinks.  Walked in on a Wednesday.  The waitress walked right past us...even when I said "Excuse me".  Finally an older woman, owner or regular I don't know, approached us and told us to have a seat anyway, whether in the bar, dining room, side room, or patio.  We chose the dining room.
It took a while for the waitress (same one that ignored me before) to acknowledge we were sitting and waiting.  When she finally came over, I told her we had the groupon.  My friend asked if they accepted credit cards, and she said the didn't.  They do have an ATM onsite though.  Anyway...she then disappeared.  Ten minutes later she came back and asked if we had decided to stay??  I asked her if one of us told her we were leaving??  I'm not sure where that came from....
So she took our drink orders.  They have a lot on tap, including some craft beers.  This gave them an extra star for me.   The menu is very informal.  This is more of a bar than a restaurant is the impression I got. We ordered our chicken dinners (half a chicken and two sides each) and a sampler appetizer platter.  Nothing fancy, a bunch of fried stuff.  Typical bar type food.
It took what seemed like a long time for the appetizer to come out...and then they chicken came very shortly after.  Seems it should not have taken that long for the appetizer, which was served in a paper tray, to come out.  But whatever, my friend and I were enjoying our drinks and people watching.   (Always great people watch in South City.  I'm pretty sure the people at the next table we cultivating an affair of some sort as she had a ring on her hand, and he did not. And the body language was more intimate than you would see with most married couples.  Plus she later traded tongue kisses with someone else in this party of four.  But...I digress back to my review.)
The chicken dinner....is huge.  I will say, it was delicious.  I had the slaw and the onion rings as my sides.  Nothing amazing here.  Onion rings were good, served in a paper tray.  The slaw was served in a small bowl like those we were served in elementary school.  The chicken was on a separate plate and consisted of a leg, wing, breast, and thigh.  The chicken was cooked and juicy and the breading was crispy.  We both took home chicken leftovers.
Again, I'll say...this place has the atmosphere of a bar.  The dining room we sat in had several tvs with multiple sporting events going on.  Several video games, dart boards, a shuffle board table, etc.  There was some sort of game similar to the drinking game quarters going on...so our dining experience was loud.  There were not many table in the room and most were set for four people and shoved together.  Maybe the other room would have been better suited for dining.  Evidently there is a patio, although I didn't see it.
Overall...while the chicken was good....the service was questionable at best.  Maybe I would stop in for a drink, as it is in my neighborhood.  But with the bars on Morganford and Black Thorn so close...and my experiences in all those being so much more positive....I doubt it.
I'm giving this an overall score of....eh....

What a creepy stupid biatch!


Hey.  Cut the woman some slack.  The phrase "sports bar" on the front of the establishment is kind of vague.
 
2013-06-18 09:13:13 PM

Vector R: mjohnson71: yelp

Ha, those yelp reviews are amusing:

Not entirely friendly.......
Had a Groupon for two chicken dinners and two drinks.  Walked in on a Wednesday.  The waitress walked right past us...even when I said "Excuse me".  Finally an older woman, owner or regular I don't know, approached us and told us to have a seat anyway, whether in the bar, dining room, side room, or patio.  We chose the dining room.
It took a while for the waitress (same one that ignored me before) to acknowledge we were sitting and waiting.  When she finally came over, I told her we had the groupon.  My friend asked if they accepted credit cards, and she said the didn't.  They do have an ATM onsite though.  Anyway...she then disappeared.  Ten minutes later she came back and asked if we had decided to stay??  I asked her if one of us told her we were leaving??  I'm not sure where that came from....
So she took our drink orders.  They have a lot on tap, including some craft beers.  This gave them an extra star for me.   The menu is very informal.  This is more of a bar than a restaurant is the impression I got. We ordered our chicken dinners (half a chicken and two sides each) and a sampler appetizer platter.  Nothing fancy, a bunch of fried stuff.  Typical bar type food.
It took what seemed like a long time for the appetizer to come out...and then they chicken came very shortly after.  Seems it should not have taken that long for the appetizer, which was served in a paper tray, to come out.  But whatever, my friend and I were enjoying our drinks and people watching.   (Always great people watch in South City.  I'm pretty sure the people at the next table we cultivating an affair of some sort as she had a ring on her hand, and he did not. And the body language was more intimate than you would see with most married couples.  Plus she later traded tongue kisses with someone else in this party of four.  But...I digress back to my review.)
The chicken dinner....is huge.  I will say, it wa ...


Summary: This is a bar that serves chicken dinners, the chicken was fantastic, but I was too stupid to tell from the giant beer posters in front that this is a bar, so I'm going to keep biatching about how bar-like this bar is, then give it a bad rating, despite having good food, because it's a farking bar.
 
2013-06-18 09:23:07 PM
I promise everyone that as bad as this seems FTFA, in reality, it was much, much worse.

I remember when I owned a McDonald's in the 80s, and right before closing some dad comes in with a 4 year old kid. I explain to him that the grills have already been cleaned, and so if they order anything not in the product bin (the 80s, remember?) we'll have to go through the whole grill start-up thing (and, of course, re-clean it for close).

So the kid naturally orders something we don't have, in spite of us having two of just about everything. So I kind of look at the dad to let him know this is going to take a while. And the dad gives me back essentially a "you heard the kid".

They should have restaurants called "No kids is our mission". Airlines too.
 
2013-06-18 10:19:18 PM
Damn, after reading this thread I want a Fribble™ with a shot of bourbon in it.
 
2013-06-18 10:31:00 PM

thismomentinblackhistory: Customer sounds like a giant farking asshole who would eat at a shiathole like Friendly's. fark him. The "split plate" was a dead give away. farking asshole.


FTFA: After ordering a fried chicken dinner for himself, Gibson asked his waitress if she could add an extra chicken leg for his boy.

'Split Plate' would be how they rang up something that wasn't in the menu and made sure to put it on a plate of its own.

And what makes him an asshole, let alone a "ginat" asshole? The fact that he stopped in and got food and his kid couldn't eat a full plate, or the fact that he didn't want his kid to be called 'Farking needy'?

There's nothing in the story that paints the guy as an asshole, and he has every right to be pissed. If anyone's an asshole here, you wear the crown, but can be sure to pass it to the waitress when you're done, and she can pass it on to the owner who can't seem to understand why someone would be offended.

Regardless of your asshole atitude towards kids(Seems to be the trendy thing to hate kids nowadays  glad to see you jumped on the bandwagon), this is completely uncalled for in a restaurant, and is un professional on the part of the waitress AND the owner. I wouldn't go to a place that puled that shiat on their customers ever.
 
2013-06-18 10:37:56 PM
I see where Consumer Reports rated them low for cleanliness, so there's that.
 
2013-06-18 10:46:00 PM
Add me to the list of people who thought this was the ice cream place at first.  Not sure what the big deal is with a sports bar not having kid friendly waitstaff.  If you want a "sports bar" to bring the kids, go to Buffalo Wild Wings or The Green Turtle.
 
2013-06-18 10:57:45 PM

SevenizGud: I promise everyone that as bad as this seems FTFA, in reality, it was much, much worse.

I remember when I owned a McDonald's in the 80s, and right before closing some dad comes in with a 4 year old kid. I explain to him that the grills have already been cleaned, and so if they order anything not in the product bin (the 80s, remember?) we'll have to go through the whole grill start-up thing (and, of course, re-clean it for close).

So the kid naturally orders something we don't have, in spite of us having two of just about everything. So I kind of look at the dad to let him know this is going to take a while. And the dad gives me back essentially a "you heard the kid".

They should have restaurants called "No kids is our mission". Airlines too.


Yeah, there are reasons why final cleaning is done after hours.  I would be on the dad's side in your story.  If you are open, so is the menu.  Yes, I did work at three different restaurants and was always part of the closing crew.

As for the dad in the article, grow up man.  The place is 21 and older for a reason, in some states it would be illegal for his kid to even be allowed entrance.  I would've only complained if there was an actual extra charge for the kid.  There was not, just a line without an additional amount.  If you are that upset, just never go back.  Maybe next time pick a place where the kid will be happy, since that's what dads do.

/without a doubt this is his only kid
//he needs a daughter, that'll teach him
 
2013-06-18 11:03:35 PM

megarian: You. I like you.


I feel curiously validated. And slightly aroused.
 
2013-06-18 11:17:48 PM

gweilo8888: megarian: You. I like you.

I feel curiously validated. And slightly aroused.


Excellent. Excellent.

Soon you will feel sleepy. You will wake up in an abandoned '97 Grand Am. Don't call the police.
 
2013-06-18 11:28:04 PM

megarian: Excellent. Excellent.

Soon you will feel sleepy. You will wake up in an abandoned '97 Grand Am. Don't call the police.


Again? So soon?

Ah, who am I to argue. I'll do the restraints up myself, shall I?
 
2013-06-18 11:31:42 PM

gweilo8888: megarian: Excellent. Excellent.

Soon you will feel sleepy. You will wake up in an abandoned '97 Grand Am. Don't call the police.

Again? So soon?

Ah, who am I to argue. I'll do the restraints up myself, shall I?


Na, I got it. You've done good.
 
2013-06-18 11:37:15 PM

EvilEgg: How are they not being sued by the big chain for Trademark infringement?


Trademarks on ordinary words are regional.  Friendly's the chain doesn't do business in that part of the country.
 
2013-06-19 01:01:31 AM

FrancoFile: The My Little Pony Killer: megarian: one of those "why you are a sinner" pamphlets? You are a dick.

Assholes will leave those on the countertops and in the restroom at my work. I pick them all up and throw them away before real customers can see.

They used to slide them on the shelves at the grocery store I worked at.  Can't stand those people.


You likely had a "No Soliciting" sign out front. It's a shame that the management didn't ban them for violating that and laugh as they muttered about freedom of religion and being oppressed.
 
2013-06-19 02:55:23 AM

megarian: gweilo8888: megarian: Excellent. Excellent.

Soon you will feel sleepy. You will wake up in an abandoned '97 Grand Am. Don't call the police.

Again? So soon?

Ah, who am I to argue. I'll do the restraints up myself, shall I?

Na, I got it. You've done good.


I aim to please. Even when unconscious.
 
2013-06-19 08:38:35 AM

endmile: vernonFL: I also thought it was the ice cream place. I used to love going there when I was little. Now that I know better, I don't go there anymore.

Its on par with Denny's as far as atmosphere and quality go.

THIS. I have been living in upstate NY for a couple of years now. Friendly's farking sucks. And they are not friendly.



Fribble
 
2013-06-19 10:47:20 AM

firefly212: Summary: This is a bar that serves chicken dinners, the chicken was fantastic, but I was too stupid to tell from the giant beer posters in front that this is a bar, so I'm going to keep biatching about how bar-like this bar is, then give it a bad rating, despite having good food, because it's a farking bar.


Bingo. Basically, the entirety of south St. Louis has these little neighborhood pubs that have managed to stay open for freakin ever. While some of them have gone more upscale where areas have been gentrified, there's still plenty that were probably serving beer in buckets at the turn of the LAST century where there's three generations of regulars in the place.

Now, a lot of them serve some sort of food, because that's what it takes to get a liquor license and/or a 3:00 AM license in St. Louis, but there's also a bunch that serve nothing more than frozen pizzas, so that they can still be smoking inside. This sort of place is just a hole-in-the-wall dive bar that happens to have a chicken dinner on the menu. I have no idea why any dad would be bringing his small child there on Father's Day, especially coming from the Botanical Gardens past all of the other more suitable options.
 
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