WHATEVER YOU DO, STAY AWAY FROM THE RED HOUSE CAFE—THAT IS, UNLESS YOU LIKE OVERPRICED BAD FOOD
My wife and I took another couple to the Red House Cafe for dinner. I had purchased a certificate good for a $50 credit to be subtracted from our check. The certificate specifically stated that there was no expiration date. When the check was presented to me, I gave our server my certificate. The server informed me that the Red House Cafe no longer accepts certificates purchased from Restaurant.com, which is where I purchased my certificate. We asked our server to speak with the manager, since there were no signs or other indications in the restaurant to inform people that the restaurant would not honor valid certificates. The validity of my certificate was never questioned. The manager refused to honor my valid certificate. I called the manager of the following day. He told me that the restaurant stopped accepting the certificates because people would use them to dine at the Red House Cafe once and never come back. Perhaps this is an indication that the manager should review the prices and the quality of the food at the Red House Cafe. The prices are high, and the quality of the food is low. Why would people return to pay full price for overpriced bad food? In sum, I came into the Red House Cafe fully expecting to have $50, deducted from my check. As far as I am concerned, the Red House Cafe cheated me by refusing to deduct the amount set forth on my valid certificate, $50, from my check.
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