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This store refused to serve me because of my religion/ethnicity.
This store refused to serve me because of my religion/ethnicity
Stay away from this store! This is, I have found out, a common practice for Red Robin restaurants across the country. They will sit you at a table, but will never come to wait on you if they don't like your religion or ethnicity.
In my case, my wife and I are Sephardic Jewish, of Spanish and Middle Eastern descent. The staff, after seating us, refused to wait on us, and then began pointing and making jokes about us as we sat and waited to be waited on, while our waiter waited on all the other tables around us, including all the new comers after us.
We finally left, and the host had the gal to ask us why?! I told him because his staff refused to wait on us, and the Kitchen staff and the waiters standing at the kitchen began laughing loudly....
THIS IS ILLEGAL BEHAVIOR IN TH US!
Boycott this store until those staff responsible have been terminated.
Plenty of food choices in a make-believe ski resort setting..
FlatIron Crossing Village tends to look more like a ski resort than a shopping center. Wooden benches and rock formations dot the walkways. Building fronts and architectural touches are made of stone to blend that rugged Colorado feel from street to store. Food is a major Village focus, with restaurants representing different cuisines ranging from Italian to Chinese to Mexican, sprinkled among shops hawking everything from Birkenstocks to bowling balls.
Unique shopping. Unique stores and atmosphere. Fun mall for gift shopping...Good food court, too.