Me and my granddaughter and great-granddaughter we were at a restaurant we said down no one came to service for 30 or 40 minutes a Caucasian couple came in the waitress rushed to the table to take that water I waited provided into should finish taking their order and asked her why no one have served us and we were here before them the waitress said I will take your order and asked us what we like to drink but she never came back with the dreams or the order but she brought to cook Asian couple their food there were eating their food and my my granddaughter and great niece were asking where their food they were hungry . They asked me where did the people next to us get their food before us and we were here first I could not explain it to them I did not know why either.
You should not be discriminated against under federal law, but you have not provide details sufficient to establish discrimination from this one incident. It could have just been bad service. If you have other facts to establish it was based on discrimination, please let me know.
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Lawsuits have been filed for less, especially if it is a national chain restaurant. Ought to be good for a news story in any event.
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