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Mezcal's

223 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11215
at President St.
718-783-3276

racist overcharging

By nanjohn on 7/26/2013

  • Overall Rating: 5
  • Food: 7
  • Service: 2
  • Décor: 6
  • No, I would not go back!

My two friends and I went to the Mezcal's in Bay Ridge. The food was fine, service was fine, the singer was annoying as hell to me, and we also dealt with an annoying drunk person next to us. I got over the singer and the drunk. We were in a good mood. Another waiter wrote our check. My friend was checking the bill and noticed a service fee for about $17.85. We asked our original waiter what is this for he, said that they add tips to checks over $100 dollars. That rule is not printed on menu. Basically that waiter decided to back up his racist co-worker. Our check for 3 of was under $100. I decided to ask the white family of 4, next to us to see their check, it was over $100 and no service fee was added. Their waiter claimed he was busy and he knew them. We showed the family our check and they were as shocked as we were. The ignorant, racist, theft, waiter quickly took back the check and wrote a new one. Racism is alive and real at Mezcal's in Bay Ridge. He decided that three well educated African Americans were not going to tip. He makes me sick. I suggest if you go there double check your bill the waiter may decide that too don't know about tipping. We decided not to tip and reward their racist ways. By the way I asked for a manager and they claimed one was not there. On July 26, 2013 around 9:45PM.

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