The worse service and the doorman, bouncer, or guards need a lot of training on how to handle difficult situations. My brother dropped a beer and got escorted out by a man with an "izzy bar shirt" by taking him out in a headlock. My brother didn't do anything because he is a marine veteran and didn't want to make the situation worse. The officers outside were no help because they didn't want to release any workers name so he can bring this situation to the proper authorities. I have a video I will be posting on YouTube of the incendent and how my brother had his hands up all the time when he was getting chocked from the guy in a "izzy bad shirt" that claimed to be a bouncer. My brother said he would walk out and to let him go but the "bouncer" refused and I saw his arms squeeze tighter. My brother has an immense of training from the military but he knew that he would end up hurting the "bouncer" so played it safe and let him do what ever his protocol, job description, work, he does.