September 23, 2013 |

Reddit gets more than 11,000 comments on “worst restaurant experience”

By Pizza Today


Reddit gets more than 11,000 comments on “worst restaurant experience”Reddit asked its subscribers, “What was the worst restaurant experience you have ever had?” The post generated more than 11,000 comments, so far. Restaurant nightmares ranged from encountering pests and food poisoning to foreign objects in food and horrendous service. Spoiler alert: pizzerias did not come out unscathed in the comments.

As a restaurant proprietor, some of these stories will make you down right cringe. To read the Reddit comments, CLICK HERE.

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