Philpotts24 wrote:One of the staff must have been Duty Manager/Supervisor and therefore should have acted responsibly.
Has anyone spoken to the new manager, since this event? Not only about the noisy customer but the unwillingness of the staff to intervene.
orione wrote:Unfortunately, orione, you're completely wrong here.I think too many people are posting radical judgements out of one off experience, it looks a bit suspicious... lets say....
orione wrote:I am saying that the examples being reported (Simon the Tanner.. etc..) are a bit strange, as I find that pub very blunt (nothing characteristic) and music is played very loud...
But I think people living in the area should engage more with the new management and trying to help them taking good decisions. Nothing different.
Have you spoke about this?
orione wrote:I think too many people are posting radical judgements out of one off experience, it looks a bit suspicious... lets say.
orione wrote:That is what I meant.
As the place is changing management, they are still getting the measures right.
orione wrote:As I said I don't think that than a busy pub makes a good pub.
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