On July 13, 2013, a group of y friends including myself chose to eat at Arigato's for dinner. When we walked up to give our name, the manager turned us away because one of our friends had on a sleeveless basketball jersey, with a men's muscle t- shirt underneath that covered part of his shoulders. We decided to leave & as we were standing outside there were several women that walked in & out wearing skimpy tank tops & very short shorts....as I looked at the sign that was posted on the building... it stated we do not allow tank tops....it said nothing about men or women. I went back inside & asked for the manager & explained to him all of the women that were leaving or going in to eat were wearing tank tops & very short shorts, he stated that the rule only applied to men! Is that so?? Well explain to me why it is not posted on the sign outside, he proceeded to say I'm sorry that is just our policy. Well if that is your policy then it needs to be outlined in detail what the exceptions/non-exceptions are on the sign that is posted out front of this establishment. I believe the manager did not want to handle this situation, he just wanted us to disappear. The manager handled this in a very poor manner. I have been in management for over 15 years & this not how you want to treat your customers. I could understand if we would have been at a fine dining facility, but this place is by no means fine dining. I will never bring any business back to this establishment, nor will I recommend anyone eating there. It is unfortunate when poor mangement & discriminating policies can have such a terrible reflection on an establishment .