Have your Salad and get Ripped Off, too!.
Wow. What an experience! Let me be a bit more specific as to not mislead anyone ? it was one of the worst experiences I?ve ever had with any restaurant/business.
I was charged my original purchase of 26 dollars and then charged 226 dollars immediately after that. The fact that his happened is enough to raise suspicion but I chalked it up as a simple and honest mistake. I went by Greenz that day to try and clear things up. When I arrived I told the cashier (the only person around) what was going on. I showed him my receipt, which he took to show to the manager and explain what was going on. I guess the hectic after-work rush (of two people) kept the manager contained to the back office, because he/she never came out to apologize or tell me how/when the problem would be corrected. Instead the cashier made a copy of my receipt, took my name and telephone number and told me that the manager would ?fix it? the following day. It wasn't.
I called them this time around and was stuck on the phone with the same guy (cashier) to give me the same spiel about how the manger would fix it the next day (neither the owner were the manager were present at the time of my call). I notified Visa and reported the charge and then contacted a bureau whose initials are three B's. It wasn?t until they received my report that they finally decided take notice of this mistake. The general manager actually stated that he was never made aware of this. Wow, really?
I know this may have been a fluke occurrence, but for it to have gone on as long as it did was absolutely ludicrous. Oh, and to clarify - it took TWENTY-FIVE (25) DAYS for these people, or rather this ?unaware? general manager, to issue me a credit.
The way this was handled (if you can call it that) was completely unacceptable. Use caution when eating at this restaurant. You may end up paying more than you should for a date with your toilet.
Cool Salads. Check out the happy hour, $3 appetizers and wine $2 beer. I've tried half of the menu and haven't found anything I wouldn't order again. Try the Bar None and add avacodo... Great soups as well
Gourmet Uptown cafe focuses on salads for carnivores and herbivores alike..
Located on the ground floor of the Post Worthington apartments, this urban salad spot offers quick, healthy bites in a bright, airy setting. For a lighter meal, there are five salads, like baby greens with apple slices, toasted walnuts and warm Brie pastries drizzled with champagne vinaigrette. For something more substantial, there are seven meaty salads, like flank steak and greens with wheat-beer vinaigrette in the signature pretzel bowl.
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