The Spinster SistersNew American Restaurant in Santa Rosa, California
I am vegan and I was perfectly happy to work around the very limited selection of vegan options on the menu. Before our food arrived Wendy made it her business let us know her opinion about veganism. Unfortunat
I was so upset and offended by this opinionate
I hope that Spinster Sisters will make it less of a battle for a person to come in and order plant-base
We walked in and got seated fairly quickly even though it was fairly busy. Loud table of children and babies next to us but that's fine given how busy it was.
We sat and were never given menus. Waited for 10 minutes before telling the host that nobody had yet brought us menus or brought by coffee or water like they usually do as soon as we sit. The tables around us were getting served quickly but we felt as if a cloak of invisibili
The host himself went and fetched coffee and menus for us after waiting 15 minutes at this point. We picked out what we wanted and waited to maybe see who our server might be someday.
Shortly after a new group was seated directly next to us. They got their menus and water as they sat. Less than 5 minutes after seating the server came to take their order. We had waited over 25 minutes at this point and still had no idea who our server was but the table next to was ordering.
Believing she must be our server I interjecte
Howards (my favorite breakfast joint) in occidental
I will never go back. As a gesture, she should have waived the coffee charge... But I guess $6 was more important than a returning customer.
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