This offer is similar to the offer for the Hawthorne Inn. The smaller offer of $15 for $30 for food can be used by only one person. However, the larger offer of $30 for $60 worth of food is restricted to be used ONLY by four people. First of all why are single persons given preferential treatment while more expensive certificate purchasers have to have 4 people in attendance? My wife and I are curmudgeons and no one else wants to eat with us. Why should curmudgeons be discriminated against. Can we do what drivers who want to use the restricted lanes on the highway and bring along two blow up dolls to satisfy the four person requirements?
david p. asked on Jun 16, 2012
The offer was not intended to discriminate. I am sorry you took it that way. The prices in our menu are very reasonable for the amount of food that is served. We based our offer on the average consumption for the amount of people per table. We do not want to force our customers to consume more than they wish in order to meet the offer. Thank you for concern.
Franco from Merchant replied on Jun 17, 2012