Just as I was thinking to myself, "Why not report to the ABC," you go and write exactly that. Good thinking, even if I'm also complimenting myself.
I definitely would do just that.
And thepolice. Nothing helps ensure the safety and continued operation of a business like a sobriety checkpoint just down the street.
(Giggle) Of course, you could let them know you are going to do this, since the drunks are thick and out-of-control. I mean, you sincerely want to help this manager and the company get this situation under control, don't you? You don't want them in the embarrassing position of having to warn away good customers (you) and at the same timetacitly admit their staff can't control thedrunks. My, God. They might as well admit they have erectile problems. How terribly embarrassing.The situation must be horrible in there. I betsomeof the rowdies ignore the waiter's refusal to serve more alcohol,walk up to the bar, and just seize whatever they want. Its a miracle they even payfor it.
Yep. Its your duty to help this poor man get this situation under control.