4/19/18: A friend and I dined at the Bahama Breeze on I-Drive Orlando last evening. We were seated at approximately 5:30 p.m. and the restaurant was quite empty. We ordered ice tea and talked for a bit. We then ordered appetizers, followed by dinner and desert. At approximately 7:40 p.m. (10 minutes or so after desert) a gentleman dressed in black came to our table. My friend commented, “oh, the cook has come to see us”! However, it wasn”t the cook, it was the manager. He advised that he needed the table for a party (we were seated at a table for 4 and the table next to us sat empty for the period of time we were there dining). He invited us to the bar for a drink, coffee, etc. However, other diners were now interested in what was transpiring at our table as we politely refused his “offer” and left the restaurant with multiple sets of eyes upon us. I need to say this; at no time was there any negative interaction between ourselves, our server (Z) or anyone. I have been a customer of this restaurant and the one located on Vineland Rd since both have opened. My question; is it Darden”s policy to ask patrons to leave when a table (next to ours) sat dormant for an extended period of time? As I said, at no time was any party(on other side) engaged in rude, disruptive or undesirable behavior. It was embarrassing to say the least and as “mature” women (55+) wasn”t much appreciated! Maybe a letter of apology is necessary because we left with a BAD taste in our mouths.
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