Tampa Bay Times food critic Laura Reiley uncovered dishonesty, misrepresentation, and outright lies across the board.
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It's the company's first outside New York City.
Nobody was hurt, and junk food spilled everywhere.
Twelve thousand square feet of games, karaoke, and gator shows wasn't enough.
The company has also fired the manager who was responsible.
The employees argue it was a bad joke gone wrong.
Customers drinking onsite is "no different than them leaving here and going to Outback," he says.
Bringing the Brooklyn brand to the bubbes.
He's welcomed back, but he's not satisfied.
He may have gone overboard when he "threatened to embarrass" lazy customers.
She allegedly scammed just a few bucks at a time.
A truly appalling way to save a few bucks.
#101GayWeddings got a dose of love, peace, and taco grease.
According to the manager, it was "making customers uncomfortable."
It's free — all they have to do is tweet at him.
44,000 pounds of the Champagne of Beer is enough to power a large party in a small country.
"Trust and believe I'm capitalizing."
The creator of "fantastic medicinal cocktails" is at it again.
There are a few catches.