From The Globe and Mail:
On a busy Saturday night late last month, Jen Agg, the owner of The Black Hoof, a popular restaurant in Toronto, had had enough. The room was packed, the waiting list for tables was long, and a few of her customers were being rude to the servers, Agg said in an interview.
And so the restaurateur took to Twitter, writing to her 7,300-odd followers, “Dear (almost) everyone in here right now. Please, please stop being such a douche.”
It wasn’t Agg’s first time biting back at her customers via the social network. One night, she complained, “Dear Table 2: You seem really nice, but you’ve been ‘finishing your drinks,’ for like, an hour. It’s time. New Table 2 is so cold & hungry.”
Agg has taken aim at squeamish patrons (“2 women sitting at the bar: ‘Tongue benny? Ewwwww.’ ‘Blood sausage McMuffin? Ewwwwwww.’ Don’t they have anything normal?’ ”). Another target: the indecisive. (“Best ever. Bar 1/2 went through the whole wine list on the phone with who, I can only imagine, was his personal sommelier.”)
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