06/15/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I went with 2 friends who were in town visiting and staying near Times Square. We ordered a few drinks and shots, were chatting with the bartender, and having a good time (the shots weren't great and were pricey, and the place was fairly empty, but the music was decent and we were happy anyway).
The bar started to close, and we got our tab, and paid half cash half credit. Upon getting the cards that had been charged, my friends realized their cards weren't charged enough, and decided to do the honest thing and tell the bartender, Mark, the mistake. Without even saying thank you, he fixed the prices, re-ran their cards, and had them re-sign. I told him very calmly that I thought it wasn't cool that these girls had been honest and saved him from a $20 mistake and that he didn't offer them a drink or anything, and he rudely snapped back ""It makes no difference to me, and it's time for you to leave girls.""
We'll never go back to that bar, and I would suggest to anybody looking for nice, honest service not to go either.