Have you ever had an embarrassing moment at a restaurant and thought, "I can never go back there again!" Someone might have tried to re-assure you that no one will remember, and the staff won't hold it against you. Wrong! Restaurants remember all.
New Yorker writer Hannah Goldfield somehow ended up with a very fancy restaurant's spreadsheet of notes that they keep on their customers. And she spilled the best bits on twitter!
The spreadsheet details a lot "86"d patrons- meaning the customer's behavior was so atrocious they are not welcome back!
Not even famous names can save you at this place. Think you're special because you're related to Meryl Streep or Danielle Steele? You're up on the chopping block! And don't even dare drop Will Smith's name if he isn't going to be there to get jiggy with it himself!
It's not all bad, though! Super nice celebrities, like Gillian Anderson, get kudos too!
Source: Hannah Goldfield