Thursday Jun 01, 2023

True tales of Toronto’s most ill-mannered restaurant guests

Who started the rumour that Canadians are polite? Most, sure. All? Definitely not. Just ask the restaurant staff on the receiving end of invective, expletives and other assorted not-so-niceties. And these aren’t pedestrian party fouls—we’re talking mid-meal pedicures, late-night larceny and big drinkers blowing a fuse. We asked industry insiders for the stories that have stuck with them. Here, a ranking of the worst of the worst.

The Skeptic

11“I was working in a sushi restaurant, and one guest tried to argue that the mango in the mango sushi roll wasn’t mango. It was. Why wouldn’t it be? What

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Bizarre! Bride and groom offer food to wedding guests based on price of gift

Weddings are one of the most important events in a bride and groom’s life. A lot of preparation goes into making the wedding guests happy and make sure that they have a good time as they bless the newlyweds. 

But, a bride and groom took a different route and released a note for the wedding guests where the price range of their gifts would decide the kind of dinner they will receive at the wedding. 

A photo of the note is being massively shared on social media in which the bride and groom asked the guests to let them know

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Smith Mountain Lake restaurant now requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all guests over the age of 12

SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE, Va. – A local favorite at Smith Mountain Lake is doubling down on its efforts to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.

The Landing Restaurant announced in a Facebook post that it will be requiring proof of vaccination for COVID-19 at all of its locations for all guests over the age of 12, effective immediately.

Customers will need to bring a physical COVID-19 record, VDH record or a photo of their vaccination card.

While children under the age of 12 will not be required to show proof of vaccination, masks will be required when not eating.


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