My husband and I are of the retired variety, and we walked into this place from our hotel across the street for an early dinner. We sat at the bar where we were promptly asked for our IDs. No IDs, no alcohol said the bartender, as the staff allegedly had a meeting that morning that stipulated that EVERYONE, including the 70-year-old veterans sitting at the bar, be carded. I could see the dumbfounded expressions on some of the grizzled faces, but everyone went along with this asinine policy.
I can understand carding those 40 years old and younger. I can definitely understand carding young adults. And I certainly support kicking those out of the bar who are acting aggressively or who are a nuisance.
"Corporate wants to get away from the drinking image" said the bartender. Yet the corporate website doesn't mention that. If "Corporate" wants to become more family-friendly, then show cartoons on the overhead TVs instead of beer-inducing sports.
The meal itself was fine, but the feeling of being just a number left me cold.
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