“I’m sorry, ma’am, this is a high-end establishment, and we have certain standards to maintain. We can’t allow you to enter dressed like that,” the hostess at an upscale restaurant in Washington DC politely informed the older woman with a disability who was attempting to secure a table.
“Excuse me, but what do you mean by ‘like that’? Are you discriminating against me based on my disability? I have a reservation, and I expect to be seated.
Please kindly show me to my table,” Bridget Willis insisted, striving to maintain her composure despite the staff’s confusion.
She understood that their concern was not her wheelchair but rather her worn-out clothes and overall appearance. Clearly, she wasn’t the typical customer who frequented this establishment. Nevertheless, she had an important matter to attend to, and time was of the essence. This was the only way her plan could come to fruition.
“Very well, please follow me,” the waitress responded, her lips revealing a hint of displeasure. She had no choice but to escort Mrs. Willis to a table and then left her there. To the surprise of the…..Read Full Story Here……