Well, stay the hell out of Just about every European country then. People take their dogs everywhere with them. And their dogs are, in general, better behaved, better socialized, and cleaner than dogs here. The only point I'll agree on is that dogs shouldn't be in shopping carts. But on a leash, on the ground? No problem.
And as for that store manager? It is against most retail store policies to ask if an animal is a service animal. There are "emotional support" animals now. Many combat vets with PTSD have them. You confront someone about their emotional support animal and you could be contributing to their problem. Nice was to embarrass and possibly add to the problems of a person, and also a nice way to get sued.
While this may be newsworthy, the way it's reported seems more like gossip. Are there any real journalists left?
The new owners better not bank too heavily on the new traffic brought in by Whole Foods. That's going to even off and long-lasting restaurants like Bluefin and Wildflower are what keep people like me shopping there. If we go to dinner at Bluefin, I inevitably want to go to Frost afterward, and we window shop in the stores. If I'm only there for Whole Foods I'll never venture past its edifice.
We had Sunday brunch there a few weeks back. We were patient and got a nice table inside after a few minutes. The food (and specialty drinks) were all delicious, and while it wasn't cheap, it wasn't overpriced! People in the Old Pueblo are spoiled! If you want great new restaurants, you're gonna have to be at least slightly adventurous and try something new, and be ready to pay for something that's a cut above. Oh, and try the muffins. They were delicious!
Thank you for sharing this!
What part of town was this?
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