We had the worst experience ever!!! We were on a family vacation and my family and husband was racially profiled and was told by their restaurant Manager Samantha that she was going to call the police on my husband because he refused to pay for someone that was not on his ticket. She basically accused him of stealing a meal that someone else was supposed to have eaten. He told her that he only had him and his two daughters on his ticket and he asked to speak to a manager and she said that she and Orange County Police was the only 2 people that he could talk to. The hotel Manager Lauren Corley was called to assist in the situation after Samantha threaten and humiliated my husband. It was clear that Lauren was not in agreement with how Lauren handled the situation but did nothing but justify her restaurant manager actions. We visit Disney at least once a year and Chef Mickey "used" to be our best character dining. We will never step foot in an establishment that treat their customers of color differently from some one of a different race.Chef Mickey, The Contemporary Resort, and Disney should be a shame of their Managers that treated us in this manner and fire them!!!
5300 S Kirkman RdOrlando, FL 32819
From Business: Famous for its Hooters Girls, who wear orange shorts and crop-top T-shirts, Hooters is part of Hooters of America, a restaurant group that operates more than 430 …
13536 S John Young PkwyOrlando, FL 32837
From Business: We're a local restaurant and sports bar located on S. John Young Parkway at the intersection of 417/Central Florida Greeneway, directly across from The Parks at H…
Very big portions but very good food.
The food was excellent, however the server was a little slower than we are used to. The lady (Karyn) at the front door did an extremely wonderful job in getting a lot of things for us.
The drinks are all kinds of amazing. The food is not special but it's decent. But they need more waiters so that don't move at a snals pace.
It used to be great, but someone’s brilliant idea was to discontinue their signature spinach salad..... one of the reasons i went there. We went at least once a week, often taking guests. I can get great prime rib at flemings or other placed. I have no desire to back to firebirds ~ that salad made them stand out.
On a recent visit to the Orlando area and Walt Disney World, my family and I were advised that the wait for a table would be ten minutes. This was despite a near empty restaurant and an even emptier parking lot. Ten minutes became 15 minutes, then 20 minutes. At that point, we were advised by the female hostess that only two servers were working and the wait would be at least another 10 minutes. My family of 5 - two adults and three children - left in pursuit of other dining options.Nothing else to report except we will never return. An empty restaurant parking lot in Orlando. We should have known better.William E. Lewis Jr.Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The server made many errors with our order. The food was adequate for the price the charge. It seems the quality has declined since they first opened.
The staff was friendly. Restaurant was clean. The waiter was polite and professional. The food was amazing. You get a lot of food that is not to pricey.
Our service here was horrible. We get seated in this cold place and it took the server forever just to bring the drink orders. Once we got the food, our server never came back to see if anything was ok or if we needed anything else. We had to ask the hostess to let him know to bring our check. Gave us the check and he disappeared so finally I saw someone and they took the payment. I have to say I have never ate a Ruby Tuesday before and was treated like this.
Not only was the food great. But most importantly my husband left his credit card. When we call in a panic to the new Applebee's on International Drive next to Sea World, the manager Ryan Doyle, had his card and after proper identification even mailed it back to us. What a great service!!