Social media sites like Yelp are a fascinating phenomenon of modern culture. While word of mouth has always been a somewhat effective way of telling people about a bad experience, leaving an online review makes your opinion more permanent and public. On the other hand, it also means that the business owner gets a chance to rebute your claims.
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By most accounts, the Broadway Oyster Bar in Saint Louis, Missouri, is a quality restaurant. It currently has a 4.5 star rating on Yelp. Generally, people have great things to say about the atmosphere and food, such as their cheesecake and alligator. Not everyone is a fan, and that's fine. Even reading the 1-star reviews, people give reasonable criticisms of their experiences.
And then there's Mary.
Mary has written two reviews on Yelp. She heaped praises on Vivianos Fiesta Italiano for their "fast" and "excellent" authentic Italian food. But when she went to Broadway Oyster Bar, she had nothing but bad things to say.
Even without anyone else stepping in, Mary's story seems to have some problems. Now, I've never worked in a restaurant, but I've worked in customer service for years and something seems pretty rude about having 3 extra people who up and then get upset about accommodations not being available for them. It's not like the restaurant has a carpenter on-call who can build them a table out of thin air.
But that's not the only only issue with Mary's review, at least according to John Johnson, who owns the restaurant along with his wife, Vicki.
Head over to the next page to find out how the restaurant owner crushed this unjust review.