Restaurant Owner Comes Up With Creative And Edible Solution To One Sexist Request
When one customer posted a sexist review of the Atomic Grill restaurant suggesting that the female servers "show some more skin" to the popular UrbanSpoon site, the Morgantown, West Virginia, restaurant's owner delivered the perfect response.
Instead of posting back, lambasting the anonymous reviewer for his blatant disrespect of the waitressing women, Daniel McCawley gave the guy exactly what he asked for — more skins.
McCawley just announced that he was adding loaded potato skins to the bar food menu for the duration of Memorial Day Weekend.
The proceeds from the $7 delicious-looking item will be entirely donated to the West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services.
McCawley is truly an example for turning a horribly awkward and negative situation into an opportunity to encourage his consumers to help out the local community.
McCawley said his particular response was inspired by his 12-year-old daughter, who he'd never want to experience a man dictating her level of un-dress.
I'm a husband and a father of a 12 year old girl. I have five sisters and it was just offensive. If you have a minute, have some potato skins, try some fresh, local barbecue and give to a good cause. It's important to us, it should be important to the community.
Hopefully that UrbanSpoon poster won't be back for seconds, but if he stops by Atomic Grill again, at least we can rest assured that McCawley is supporting his staff and advocating for women in the community.