05 September 2007

Stay Out of Cooper's Hawk Restaurant (Orland Park, IL)

A family member and friend were dining out atCooper's Hawk Winery, in Orland Park, IL when they had the unfortunate luck at enjoying the "company" of a black couple who were seated next to them.

The following letter was sent to the restaurant's manager.



Mr. Troos,
A friend and I dined at your establishment last night. After first going to the bar area and each enjoying a flight of wine and 2 separate appetizers (cost approximately $50.00) we were shown to our seats and ordered a bottle of your excellent Sauvignon Blanc. We then ordered our meal, which was also excellent. As we were eating, a couple was seated next to us. They ordered miller lite beers and the man's cell phone began to ring. Loudly. VERRY loudly. So loudly that it really startled me. It startled me almost as much as his loud conversation which began "HEY NIGGA! WHAT THE FUCK YOU UP TO? YEAH, WE FUCKIN' KICKIN IT...." After continuing in this vein for a minute or so he hung up. His cell phone then rang again. He did not make any attempt to lower the volume. When his phone rang the 3rd time I turned to him and said "That's really loud." He said "So fucking move!" I got up and discreetly told a waitress that this man was disrupting our meal and could someone possibly ask him to lower the volume of his phone and curb his language. She said she'd get a manager.
I went back to my seat and tried to continue my meal. This was very uncomfortable because now the guy next to us was continuously pushing the button to make his phone ring. Other patrons were beginning to look over. A manager came and kneeled down next to our table and another one next to the couple's table. Our manager said he understood we'd like to change tables. I replied that no, we were in the middle of our wine and meals and that the other couple had just sat down. I suggested they either gather up their lite beers and move to another table, or that someone simply ask him to turn his phone down and stop swearing.  At this point the man jumps up and yells "YOU FUCKIN' WITH THE WRONG NIGGA, BITCH!" Your manager's response was to tell us he'd be back in a few minutes with a solution that would be agreeable to us both. Then he ran away. He never came back, leaving my friend and I (2 small, professional white women) with this large black man cursing at us and taunting us. We should have just walked out, but we tried to finish our bottle of wine. When it became clear that no solution was forthcoming, we asked for our check and left. We received no discount, no free appetizer or drink at all. I paid the bill in full (over $100.00) left a 20% tip for the waitress, but told her we were NEVER going to come back again and neither were any of our family or friends.
As we left, another manager ran after us and said he was sorry, but there wasn't really anything he could do. He said he can't ask people to lower the volume on their cell phones. I told him that even Dunkin' Donuts has cell phone policies and he certainly could take action to protect his clientele from unruly customers. He said no he couldn't. Quite frankly I believe he was afraid to say anything to the  man because he's black. It was much easier to avoid a confrontation and let the white ladies leave. Well, if that's the kind of clientele you would prefer, that's the kind you'll get.  
I am a married, white, 40+ year old woman. I am an upper manager in a company which employees 20,000 people. My husband and I dine out often. We spend LOTS of money at restaurants. The girlfriend I was dining with is a 30 year old single, professional white woman. She also works with me. Between the two of us we thought nothing of dropping over $150.00 for a meal at your establishment. Had this incident been handled properly we would have undoubtedly returned and had even planned on purchasing a case of wine. I now never planon spending a cent at your establishment again. We were halfway out the door when your manager gave us each a little coupon (1 to be used per meal only!) for a free entree and glass of wine (tax included!) Woo Hoo! I will not use this coupon and may, in fact, give it to the next homeless person I see under a viaduct by the expressway begging for food. Racism cuts both ways, and I plan on telling everyone I know (including on-line reviews) how badly we were treated at Cooper's Hawk Winery and Restaurant. (name withheld)




What's so maddening about this is that if the person on the cell phone had been a white man wearing dockers and a polo shirt, the restaurant staff wouldn't have hesitated on asking him to leave - if his actions were similar to the above mentioned black man's. Out of intimidation or a misguided sense of political correctness, the offender wasn't reseated in another area nor asked to leave the premises.

I suggest you, your family and friends avoid this particular restaurant. There are plenty of other places to dine in Orland without having rude, discourteous and offensive people sitting right next to you.

57 comments:

rosco said...

You better get used to it. If you are white you must apologize for the 200yrs. of slavery you caused.

Anonymous said...

Perfect timing. I saw the restaurant recently on "Check Please" and had made plans with a friend to try it out tomorrow night. I guess that changes our plans. I have no intention of spending my money on any establishment where moronic behavior is tolerated of some at the expense of others, regardless of the race of the moron.

Anonymous said...

ive eaten there once and the food is terrible . the fillet i had cost 26.99 and it comes with "their" potaotes which looks like au grautin but tasted terrible

rosco said...

Try MR. BEEFEE on North Ave. Harolds Chicken is also good.

Anonymous said...

You can take the boy out of the ghetto.....you know the rest. Typical.

rosco said...

If you are so scared, just stay home and phone for food.

Anonymous said...

Rosco...you are an idiot. It seems as if you have A LOT of extra time to browse the blogs and attempt to fuel things up.

Let me guess, you're in your 40's living in Mom's basement?

Seriously though, will you inform all the readers what you do for a living? Just curious.

Rue St. Michel said...

Yes 1:29 - that is a great point. Hey Rosco, if you're interested in sharing your opinions about this, or anything else, we'd like to hear a little more about you and your background.

There is no Moderator Censorship here so fire away!

Care to take the challenge?

rosco said...

Cops got to realize that people are not afraid of cops anymore. They can challenge them on the street. Their own dept. won't back them up.

Big Daddy said...

I agree with 7:42. I too saw that piece on Check Please and was all set to go visit the restaurant. Now however, thanks to what the staff did (or didn't do) at that restaurant and your reporting it, I will NEVER step foot in that place.
Roscoe- You sir are a fucking idiot. Where are the Police mentioned ANYWHERE in this story except in your little pea sized brain?

Coldtype said...

WTF Rue? Is this really all you've got? Come on fella, I know you can do better. Your race-baiting efforts in the past had far greater flair.

A black man with rude cell phone etiquette--ergo an entire race is damned? Disappointing Rue, disappointing.

Rue St. Michel said...

Coldy Lox -

Man, I'm not coming down on all black people - you doofus! That restaurant could be ALL black and if people treated their fellow customers with respect and courtesy, I'd be RECOMMENDING IT to everyone I know.

Jeez....I can't believe I have to explain myself sometimes.

Anonymous said...

I can see that the situation was not held properly and being a waitress in the past, there are always going to be some ignorant customers. If I was the manager, and not depending on race or anything in that matter, I would of asked the man with the phone to either calm down, move, or ask him to leave or would have to call the cops on him for disturbing other peoples dining experience. People who act like that in a nice restaurant should not be there in general. There are plenty of sport bars and lower class restaurants in the area to go to and start something with other people. Some people are just too ignorant to have some common sense and be curtious to others. There will always be something wrong everywhere you go, its just life.

Anonymous said...

TNBS. Get used to it. Dogasses like the one you described know that white folks are afraid of them. That is a very typical scenario. If they were asked to leave or relocate it would have been, "because we are black." White people need to get some balls and stand up to pieces of shit like that. I thought Orland Park was pretty much the void of Dogasses.

Anonymous said...

I'm a 36yr old black man i make 80k a year i understand about the phone but for to make it out be about black men you are a ASSHOLE get a life you have white kids that call each other the N word so thats the case learn how to raise your kids lady and i didn't say white lady

Frank said...

I was on my way to Cooper's Hawk today for Valentine's. Thanks for the post. I am not bringing my wife there. And whatever the color of the people are, they should not be allowed to disrupt others with egregious behavior. The one commenter, Rosco, who said, "You better get used to it. If you are white you must apologize for the 200yrs. of slavery you caused," seems to be saying with his words that he thinks all black people should be allowed to be as obnoxious as they want to be because they were caused to be slaves. Does this mean there are absolutely no defined expected public behaviors for anyone that has had ancestors being oppressed? Is this in any way rational thinking?

Rue St. Michel said...

Hey "blackman who makes 80K" -

The difference is that you can TELL the white kids to knock it off and 99% of the time they'll listen.

I know because I've done it plenty.

anonymous said...

Let it go. Move on. For people who seem so eager to assert their own superiority, you sound like a bunch of whiners. Get over it.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad this comment is still out there, I was going to take my wife to this establishment for Valentine’s Day but now I'm not. I don't want to sit down next to the type of people responding to this comment. You see I am a black man making over $250K and retired from the corporate world at 38 to start my own business. It is because of people on this blog who for one reason or another believe that they are not repeating racist behaviors everyday. These types of people believe that because they are middle management and spend money feel they have a right to tell a black man to turn down his phone volume. The two "small" white women should realize that we are in America and if someone does not want to turn down their phone they don't have to, period. P.S., please don't try to make white kids out to be so behaved because they are not, hell how behaved can a kid be who does not even listens to his parents.

Rue St. Michel said...

Anon:

It is a simple courtesy. No one's talking "down" to african-americans in this example. It is the ghetto-mindset on display which should infuriate you, as it did me.

When "joe-joe" was asked politely to stop yacking on his cellphone in the middle of the restaurant, if he was a man of character and a decent individual he would have said,"Sorry" and stopped the behavior. Because he didn't, he shows that he's a person who lacks civility and a moral compass.

As I would say to all the black men and women who commented on this thread: Stop filtering ALL YOUR VALUES and perceptions through YOUR RACE. By Webster's definition, someone who does that is a racist. And yes, if you see race in every little thing said and done around you, you are a small minded bigot. Sorry - the truth hurts. Get over it.

Rue St. Michel said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_J5UXwHD2YY

Anonymous said...

I really do feel like this is not an issue of race but of manners. If the man was disturbing the lady with his loud ringer she could have asked him to turn it down politely not with a comment of that ringers is loud. Some people don't know if they are being rude or not. You can't expect everyone to know what you know. Just like most people don't know it is rude to put your elbow on the table, but go a restaurant and see how people do it. I think both of them were rude. If she would have told me instead of asking me like an adult does I would of had an attitude towards her too. Talk to me like an adult ask me don't tell me like you are my mother. I would have said sorry and apologize if she would have asked politely.You will catch more flies with honey than vinegar.

Anonymous said...

I really do feel like this is not an issue of race but of manners. If the man was disturbing the lady with his loud ringer she could have asked him to turn it down politely not with a comment of that ringers is loud. Some people don't know if they are being rude or not. You can't expect everyone to know what you know. Just like most people don't know it is rude to put your elbow on the table, but go a restaurant and see how people do it. I think both of them were rude. If she would have told me instead of asking me like an adult does I would of had an attitude towards her too. Talk to me like an adult ask me don't tell me like you are my mother. I would have said sorry and apologize if she would have asked politely.You will catch more flies with honey than vinegar.

cheerful said...

To start, challenging a fellow blogger to indulge in their background (financial or employment status, or etc.) is completly ridiculous. There are some pretty hypocritical statements on this particular blog (e.g. calling someone an idiot then accusing them of having too much time on there hands when in actuality it seems like you are the one with excess time, up at 1 in the morning reading and responding to blogs). There is alot of stone casting here ...people let us not forget what a blog is - to express our points of view that is conducive to the "main" topic at hand. (Which in this case is staying out of C.H. establishment for the reasons the woman previously stated.) The sole purpose (again of a blog) is not to slander, defame, nor discredit any business or person's nationality or ethnic background or classification, but rather to shed personal light on matters with sense - that is apparently not all that common.
I would definitely go to experience what C.H. has to offer, plus the story weighed too much on other ("paying") customers and not enough on "ACCOUNTABILITY" (I mean really, where the two women not drinking...?)! No one on this page will be willing to try C.H. out b/c of one (yeah 1, it's not like there are any other bad experiences listed here)unreliable source. The age old "poor defenseless white woman & the big black man (savage)" tripe is an excuse for the lack there of.
Remeber, as Americans, we follow our own mind (e.g. breaking away from european traditions; English Puritans fleeing religious persecution who sailed in the Mayflower and founded the colony of Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1620.

Anonymous said...

I am replying to all of these posts re the initial experience for the ladies at coopers hawk. I live in carmel, in and have been to the one here 3 times, I personally do not care for it bc I am a vegetarian but keep going back bc my friends keep wanting to try it. I cannot believe that someone these days would blame race for a reason regardless if the patron was being rude. Unfortunately, you were in a public place where people can do and talk howev er they want. If you were unhappy then u should have asked to switch seats...that is why we have freedom of speech and rights as citizens, unfortunately, there are rude people out there but nobody can control phones or language in a public place. I think the manager probably thought u were being ridiculous and u should have moved if u were that unhappy. oh, and since u were so big on race, I am 30, white, 5ft and 90 lbs, stay at home mom but was a district manager prior. U r the type of customer I would have laughed at behind your back!!!! Lastly, coopers hawk isnt a 5 star rest, u get all types of people there, go to mortons, ruths chris or someplace higher class next time!!!

Anonymous said...

It doesn't matter if it is Denny's or Cooper's Hawk or if a customer is black or white. The manager and staff are at fault for not handling the situation. I find that to be a issue with the corporation that is running Cooper's Hawk. If you are working with the general public then you need to handle these situations so that you are not offending either party. Cell phone man...maybe he had too many beers, a bad day or yes maybe he was just a a-hole...but ask him to turn his phone down or sit in another location..ie...outside patio. The manager should have acknowledged the distraction that the other couple had and we dont know their situation either. No one has a right to use the "N" word. If you are black you need to reconsider how your parents, gparents ...felt when they were called names. GROW UP .. If you are white and use that term then you need a swift thump on your head....you are not superior...you have plenty of "N's" in your race. It isn't based on color it is based on ignorance.

upset by reverse discrimination said...

We dined at the Orland location, the food was great the service was great but our white group of 10 was in the minority. The place is overrun with blacks having attitudes. They all had this arrogant attitude and were on the defensive about everything. We had reservations and had to wait, when the blacks came in without reservations and were told to wait 30 to 45 minutes they attitude and the complaining began. Hundreds of blacks with bad attitudes ruined my dining experience. I will try another Coopers Hawk that is not inundated by blacks.

Anonymous said...

A apecific race or gender is not something that should give you a bad experience anywhere you go. You think that just because he was black and had a beer instead of white and had wine he was beneath you? Or that you shouldn't have to move? YOU were the one with the problem. YOU were the one that wanted to see the manager. If the manager's solution (you move) didn't make you happy then oh well. If I was the person disturbing you I would have felt the same way he did- you had the problem so you deal with it. I understand why you would be upset but did you really have to tell us you're white, you had white company, the guy was black, and how much money you spent? You just sound like an ignorant snob to me.

Rue St. Michel said...

Tsk, tsk ... projecting your latent racist-tendencies commenter?

I don't recall saying anything about beer versus wine, and I'm not a snob. I just want people to act with the civility and decorum in public establishments ... is that too much to ask of your ghetto-entitled-urban compatriots?

Of course it is. All I would expect is that the management would address the problem in the room: The ignorant asshole with the morals developed in Harvey or Robbins; not the two customers who were being bothered by Mr. Ignoramus.

If you can't see the difference then you're part of the problem, 'bro.'

Anonymous said...

I'm a well educated woman in my early thirties. I to enjoy fine dinning and do so at many establishments in and around the country. I happen to like Coopers Hawk and I have found some of my favorite red wines there. I believe that this was an isolated incidents that should be looked at as just that. People have to understand that people are unconscious racist who don't have a clue when they can be offending a group. This doesn't excuse you it just makes you ignorant in this area regardless of how much money you make. America is beautiful and rich filled with amazing culture thus it should be mandatory as is English to learn in school and our homes. Learning diversity and culture sensitivity would have taught these women to leave out the offensive part of the letter. Come on guys open your eyes anybody can be loud and display undesirable behaviors so when describing things why make it into a race issue by saying black man just say this man. Don't say two little white women just say women avoid offending people and remember every race has good and bad but we all have something to offer. The bottom line is a guy came in the reasteraunt and ruined the ladies meal with his behavior. They didn't like the way things was handled. Any black person who wanted a relaxing dinner would have been disrupted to and I'm sure they would have handled it the same that day and that time. So for the ladies who feel injustice because they feel they were easier targets guess what I'm black and if I was with my girlfriend I bet the manager would have reacted the same and believe me I wouldn't of gotton a coupon either. Speak and make conscious efforts not to offend each other. As far as for the people not wanting to go to ch because of this isolated incident. That's crazy that guy will probably not be there when you go there. Don't make judgements off of one incident.

CJ said...

Rue,

All I have to say us...when you have nothing to do but call fellow bloggers out their name, you don't seem educated. Us words that make a statement and stand firm with compromising you self. I'm a black 24 yr old educated (M.A. Psychology) woman. Starting off with my first job at 55k a year. I understand how your first response would be to say cause he's black to stay clear. However, reminding yourself you NOT ignorant( or maybe you are) and understand people lack the manners that would expect them to have. I enjoy eating out at expensive resterants( more traveling for enjoyment) and I've seen it happen WITH ALL RACES. I pray for your ignorance and that your eyes are open to the real issues. At least I hope before you have children so your issues don't reflect in them! Cooper hawk is just not that great....oh and YOUTH ARE A PAIN IN THE ASS NO MATTER WHAT YOU RACE. Go into the inner city and ask a WHITE YOUTH TO STOP! Promise you won't hear a YES SIR:)

Be Blessed,
A LINE OF SUCCESSFUL BLACK PEOPLE:)

Rue St. Michel said...

CJ -
I appreciate your comment, and obviously I painted black customers with a broad brush. I know it is not fair, and certainly you sound like a bright, educated and civil person who probably wants to go out and enjoy a nice quiet meal at a restaurant.

My post was directed at the 40% of black customers who are directly opposite of you in character, charm and grace.

You could be a bit more honest and admit that there are stereotypes which are accurate and valid of discussion. What those ladies went through shouldn't have been allowed by management at Coopers Hawk and it was all because of the "angry black man" mystique that is now ubiquitous in our media and culture. Someone should have had a back bone and kicked his ghetto ass out of the place.

Thanks for commenting.

684tyvn said...

I was there yesterday and the place is getting ghetto. I won't be dining there anymore. They need to do something about it!

Anonymous said...

Rue, its sad that your problem is with BLACK people who as you put it "lack charm and grace" and not with ANYONE who behaves in such a way. You instantly most credibility when you made it about the "black people" you sat next to. It's clear you are a racist who found an opportunity to proclaim your status as such! Anyone who finds merit in what you said, can put on thier white hood and get in line rhond you. I am a black woman who takes offense to your characterization of black people. If your assumption is only we are capable of behaving that way, then I suggest you pull your head out of your ass long enough to realize that's ridiculous! If people the likes of you frequent thier establishment then perhaps I won't go back! Proud. Black. Woman

Anonymous said...

Anon 3-2-13. 12:20 AM
So 684ryvn u won't be dining @ CH
I'm sure the world is much better OFF!

Anonymous said...

I personally work at CH in Merrillville. Most of us do what we can but cannot force people to do what they do not wish to do. Just because one experience is bad does not mean that all experiences will be the same. I personally think that people of any race find things wrong with certain places to throw slander around and make other people afraid to try new things.That's just my opinion. Sorry for any bad experiences.

Anonymous said...

They ruin everything

MJ said...

I am a young white woman from Orland Park who also happens to be a server (not at CH, but at another establishment in Orland Park). I think this blog post and especially the letter is ignorant, racist, and closed-minded. I truly fail to understand why you felt it necessary to even bring up the guy's race in the first place. If you hadn't done so, I never would have began this comment with "I am a young WHITE woman..." I would have just stated that I am a young woman from Orland Park. Why does it matter? Because you chose to MAKE it matter; race is above all a social construct that functions as a tool to maintain the dominance of certain groups, and in return the subordination of others. Anyway, my main point is that you sound like a whiny, entitled, narcissistic, racist person, and shaming an entire group of people because of one man's actions does not make you any better than him. I have seen PLENTY of grown white men (and women, for that matter) behave even worse than the way that man did- it is not an issue of race, so don't make it one.

I do agree that management could have and should have handled the incident better, but I strongly disagree with your feeling entitled to something free because of the actions of another customer. As a server, that just boggles my mind, and unfortunately I hear it ALL THE TIME. "Wahhhh, the people next to me were being loud and I complained...WHAT? No free appetizer? No discount on our check? No free bottle of wine? I WILL NEVER COME BACK HERE AND I AM GOING TO TELL EVERYONE ONLINE TO STAY OUT OF THIS RESTAURANT BECAUSE THEY OBVIOUSLY HATE WHITES." Give me a break. If the kitchen messed up your order and failed to correct it, or if the server was rude or the service in general was bad, then yes, you deserve some kind of compensation. But just because you had a confrontation with a fellow customer (who just so happened to be black, but just as easily could have been a white man or woman) does not mean that the restaurant is responsible for giving you things for free.

All in all, do I agree that idiotic behavior should be tolerated by management at a fine dining establishment? Absolutely not. Do I agree with your racism and the overall tone of white supremacy presented in your letter? Absolutely not. So go ahead, tell everyone "how badly [you] were treated" at CH, and give your coupons away to the next homeless person you see begging for food. Because in the end, it will be him, all the horrible unruly black people dining out, and all of the future servers who have to put up with your entitled, snobby, and pretentious attitude who get the last laugh, lite beer in hand (the horror!).

Sincerely,
MJ

Katie said...

I was searching for a place to have a wine tasting party and came across your blog. Let me start off by saying that I am a black woman. Middle class. I agree with Rue. Something was clearly wrong with that man. I have seen behavior like this quite often. It amazes me that people think that it is okay to behave like fool just because they can. I have seen people of all races act like fools in public. It is terrible. My husband and I was just discussing the fact that once we find a nice place to eat, it seems as if the rift-raft stumble up on it...like Cooper's Hawk....and make our dining experience miserable. Who wants to sit next to someone who is on the phone talking loud and using profane language while they are eating in a nice establishment? Not me. We used to be members of the wine club. We cancelled. The patrons were becoming more hip hop. I don't care for it. Thanks Rue. I will have my party at City Winery.

Anonymous said...

If this was just a matter of courtesy this complaint would be valid. Once "big black man" and "two small white women" inserted the letter the point of courtesy to patrons was lost.

Anonymous said...

Dear PROFESSIONAL WHITE WOMAN, Dont make your experience a race issue. This is not about black or white. Each person is different and there are stupid people every where you go, black, white, hispanic, asian, etc... Besides ive gone to plenty of places, not just restaurants where white people treated me like complete garbage, not only other customers , but the people who worked there as well. That doesnt mean all white people are bad, just those individuals. Not all black people are bad, infact most black people are decent folk. Stop lumping us all in one basket. You say racism goes both ways, but your comment is completely racist

Anonymous said...

Oh you definitely are a snob and a racist, there is no doubt about that. You are a typical white person in America who feels intitled and think you are better than black people.

Anonymous said...

But isnt that what you did??!! Filtered ALL YOUR VALUES through your race??

Anonymous said...

You were judging all black because of your one experience with this particular black person. Maybe you should have been more specific to this person then maybe you wouldnt have to explain yourself over and over. Or maybe you should have not mention race at all then people, both black and white, would have been more sensitive and agreeable to your bad experience DOOFUS!!! Oh I'm sorry, PROFESSIONAL LITTLE WHITE LADY.

Anonymous said...

There are many ridiculous comments here. I am a professional, mature caucasian female married to a mature black male. I've seen a lot in my day. While I don't expect everyone to behave perfectly all the time (my own children don't!), I do expect people to be respectful of each other and there is a serious lack of that on this forum. Some of you should be ashamed of yourselves; others commended. The spoiled well to do white women doing the initial complaining didn't handle the situation well. They could easily have picked up and moved their seats or politely asked if they would mind lowering the volume so they could continue on with their own conversation. Tolerance, understanding and peace are needed here, not to mention Jesus!

Anonymous said...

SEGREGATION IS THE ANSWER !

Karen Lawton said...

Spoiled well to do white woman? why was she spoiled and I believe she did ask the man to lower the volume and he proceeded to curse her....why should she move..he's the ignorant lout and I don't care WHAT color he is...sounds like HE needs Jesus and YOU need to remove your racially colored glasses....

Anonymous said...

My wife and I ate there Saturday night. I can totally see this scenario being played out; the place was overrun with blacks who didn't behave to a respectable standard. There was indeed something the manager could have done: once the man became disorderly to the woman, he could have called the police and had him arrested for disorderly conduct. This place is as bad as the Chuck E Cheese in Matteson (another once fine suburb ruined by you know who).

Anonymous said...

This A Hole had no respect for anyone and is a perfect example when the N word is just fine. Anyone sticking up for this behavior is why this country is being brought down by jerks like this guy.

Anonymous said...

Same thing happened to Grand Lux downtown too, it is sad because these type of ignorant people give African-Americans a bad name

Anonymous said...

First of all he acted that way because you were women because if it were men he wouldn't have done that. Secondly if that were me as a man and he did that after I politely asked him to stop and he said that to me I would have pulled out my mace and soaked his eyeballs until he dropped. I would have then kindly said you're f****** with the wrong white guy.

Anonymous said...

First of all he acted that way because you were women because if it were men he wouldn't have done that. Secondly if that were me as a man and he did that after I politely asked him to stop and he said that to me I would have pulled out my mace and soaked his eyeballs until he dropped. I would have then kindly said you're f****** with the wrong white guy.

Anonymous said...

There is no excuse for these savages.

Anonymous said...

My dad and his new wife went there a few weeks ago and can confirm the place has really gone downhill. Lots of loud ignorant niggers acting like niggers and not being told that this is a restaurant, not a monkey exhibit at the zoo.

Anonymous said...

When you encounter this type of person just stand up to them. They are bullies, black or white. Someone tries to hurt me I will mace their eyes, restaurant or not. If they pull a weapon, I shoot them, I have a concealed carry permit.
So sick and tired of this race bullshit. So tired of it!

Dwight Riley said...

White coward ass bitches!!

Melissa said...

LOL. Poor little sheltered, entitled, suburban girl. I've had the unfortunate experience of living in Orland, and this post and its comments are proof alone of the rampant racism that exists here. This is not a race issue; this is an issue of intolerance on your part, and impoliteness on the patron's part. Your "40%" assessment is terribly ignorant. So, so sad.