Racism? what is this the 1940's?.
well there's a first time for everything. I attempted to patronize this place to join my software engineering colleages for a drink (sidenote: I am a 6'4" African-American software engineer on project with Bose Corporation in the Boston area.) and to my surprise a short black guy at the door instructed the security to not let me in because of my sunglasses. I stated to the little black guy that i would take them off and his retort was "No, we have had problems with people like you, who walk down the street with sunglasses on" HAHAHA. I tried to speak to the guy and assure him that i'm not there to cause any trouble, he was steadfast in his assertion. My attire: Collared Pinstripe shirt underneath fitted cashmere sweater from J Crew, relaxed jeans... last but not lease; $250 Aviator frames. I had an unlimited American Express Business card in my pocket plus about $3500 cash. My Indian colleague came downstairs to assist with my entry and was unsuccessful.
I would strongly recommend against this place, unless your values are in line with such archaic racist practices.
Great Fish & Chips in town. Went to dinner here Friday night. What a great meal for the price. Fish & Chip large amount of food for the price. Best onion rings I have tasted in a long time. Fresh hand cut onions and cook correctly. Service was great they worked as a team to make sure everyone was taken care of. Thank you , see you on Friday
Johnny Musclehead Bar. This place is the most obnoxious Bar I've been to in Worcester. It's full of guys carrying invisible luggage drinking Bud Light, and looking for the next conquest that they can find. Dont' waste your time. or your money.
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