Pizza proposal proves successful

Pizza proposal proves successful

A Colchester, England, man proposed to his girlfriend over pizza, literally. According to the East Anglian Daily Times, the two pizzas were topped with goat cheese, tomato, red onion and strategically placed spinach. One pie read, “High tide, low tide, I’ll be by your side” and the other read, “Let’s start our happily ever after.”More »

Restaurant owner kicks out war vet, service dog

Restaurant owner kicks out war vet, service dog

The owner of restaurant in Oxford, Massachusetts recently yelled profanities at a disabled Iraq war veteran when he entered the establishment with his service dog. James Glaser, who suffers from PTSD, was asked to leave even after providing the owner with his service dog’s certification papers. Glaser contacted the police. After officers explained the law,More »

New rule at a New Jersey pizzeria: “Saggy pants prohibited”

New rule at a New Jersey pizzeria: “Saggy pants prohibited”

Giulio’s Pizza in Dunellen, New Jersey has instituted a new policy, “saggy pants prohibited,”spelled out on a bright neon green sign on its front door. Patrons will not be served if they are wearing saggy pants with their underwear showing, a Giulio’s employee told NJ.com.  To read the full story, CLICK HERE. CLICK HERE toMore »

Restaurants raise prices in lieu of leaving tips

Restaurants raise prices in lieu of leaving tips

Some New York and Chicago restaurants may opt to take tips off the table, according to The Wall Street Journal. The tip-free establishments would instead increase menu prices by as high as 15 percent and pay employees a higher hourly pay. It’s an idea that has restaurant operators in other cities asking, “Would it workMore »

Minnesota addresses social media and small businesses with legal guide

Minnesota addresses social media and small businesses with legal guide

Maneuvering through the legalities of your social media practices can be daunting. The Minneapolis Department of Employment and Economic Development has created a state-sponsored legal guide to social media for small businesses. “A Legal Guide to the Use of Social Media in the Workplace” examines the evolving rules of social media and a company’s reputation,More »

Houston restaurant bans children under 9 after 7 p.m.

Houston restaurant bans children under 9 after 7 p.m.

Another restaurant has opted to ban children under the age of 9. This time, the restaurant will allow children until 7 p.m. The owner contents the store is family friendly. The policy is a reaction to customer complaints. While some residents think the decision is unfair, a number of patrons have expressed support. For moreMore »

Breastfeeding mom asked to leave dining room

Breastfeeding mom asked to leave dining room

Breastfeeding in public has made national headlines recently. An employee at Grampa’s Pizzeria, a new restaurant in Madison, Wisconsin, asked a breastfeeding mother to leave after a fellow patron complained. This sparked a viral backlash on social media. To read the entire story, click here.  On a related note: A server at Fong’s Pizza inMore »

Restaurant closes after landlord dispute

Restaurant closes after landlord dispute

Mama Mia’s Italian Restaurant in The Woodlands, Texas was forced to closed after an ongoing dispute between the owner and landlord. The operator placed umbrellas in a common area in the front of the restaurant to help block the sun, which violated the terms of the establishment’s lease. According to Your Houston News, the restaurantMore »

Papa John apologizes for delivery driver’s racist rant on customer’s phone

Papa John apologizes for delivery driver’s racist rant on customer’s phone

Monday, Papa John’s Chairman and CEO John Schnatter posted an apology on Facebook after a Florida customer received a racist rant on his voicemail. After delivering pizza to the customer, a driver accidentally called the Florida man, leaving a nearly four-minute voice message laden with racial slurs while complaining about his tip. how to treatMore »