Orlando >Logan's Roadhouse
Wow..... I love the fact that black people are always crying about racism and yet they themselves perpetuate it. The funny thing about the previous story is that I worked at that Logan's and late in the afternoon EVERY third table gets seated at the bar area because there are ONLY 3 people working at that time. It's the same crap from the same ghetto "urban" types who leave 3 - 5 % tips. It's absolutely sad that when I worked there ALL of the black servers HATED getting black tables... Coincidence?
On 9/14/09 my cousins and I decided to go to Logan's for a late lunch. Upon arriving we were surprised to be seated in a booth in the bar area. (We frequent Logan's 2-3 times a month and have never been seated in the bar area.) After placing our drink order two black ladies were seated in the booth directly behind us. Very soon after we placed our food order a black couple was seated in the booth behind the two black ladies. Feeling that this was more than a coincident my cousin walked through the main dining area to find that no blacks were seated there and the only seven blacks in the resturant had been seated in the bar area! Upon learning this we asked to speak to the manager to inquire as to why this was being done.
"Joe" ( even after calling the resturant I have not been able to find out his last name) came to our table at which time we asked why only blacks were being seated in the bar area. His answer (which was in my opinion quite cocky and arrogant) was that every third group of diners were seated in the bar area. This would have sounded like an acceptable answer if we were not seated where we could see all others being seated. All whites were being seated to the right, in the main dining area, and all blacks were being seated to the left, which was in the bar area. Needless to say we were highly insulted at the seating arrangement and the poor excuse of an answer given by Joe the manager. Discrimination of any kind should not exist or be tolerated but it seems to be alive and well at your resturant on Hwy. 50 West in Orlando, FL.
Please rest assured that we will inform all of our friends, email buddies, church family and family members of this outrageous behavior and suggest that they take their business to other resturants just as we did.
Nashville-based steakhouse chain serves up large portions of meat and potatoes..
Founded in 1991, this company-owned, franchised eatery is famous for one thing: steak. With decor reminiscent of classic wood-paneled roadhouses that lined Route 66, this restaurant serves up gigantic portions of mesquite-grilled, hand-cut steaks. Families and friends with rumbling stomachs start off with bottomless peanuts before diving into sirloins, rib-eyes and prime rib. Bigger appetites go for the 20-ounce porterhouse. Lighter items include teriyaki-grilled chicken and Santa Fe tilapia.
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