Kilroy's Cafe

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My two friends and I came from Cambridge to hear the Ricky "King" Russell band play, but when we arrived, the staff was unbelievably rude and aggressive to us. The bartender and bouncer asked us to leave because we had out-of-state IDs, which were valid. We were completely polite, quiet, well-dressed, and compliant, but that didn't stop the bartender from attempting to physically intimidate us and shouting at us repeatedly while condescendingly giving us a "bye-bye" hand-wave. When we asked to speak to the manager, he replied, "He's over there, but you're talking to me" and physically blocked me from attempting to speak to another person. It was irrational and baffling, and he refused to explain. Even if there is a law in Quincy that prevents bars from allowing people from out of the state to enter their bar (we told them we didn't even want to drink - we just wanted to hear the music), which I doubt (it doesn't make sense that a city in the United States wouldn't allow people to cross the border of Massachusetts and enter a bar), the staff could have told us this in a civil and apologetic way. It's possible that the staff was using subliminal profiling, as one of my friends is black and the other is Hispanic, and they seemed irrationally enraged that we attempted to sit quietly and listen to Rick play. Anyone who is considering going to Kilroy's for the first time should be warned, and returning customers should be aware that this kind of thing happens.

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My two friends and I came from Cambridge to hear the Ricky "King" Russell band play, but when we arrived, the staff was unbelievably rude and aggressive to us. The bartender and bouncer asked us to leave because we had out-of-state IDs, which were valid. We were completely polite, quiet, well-dressed, and compliant, but that didn't stop the bartender from attempting to physically intimidate us and shouting at us repeatedly while condescendingly giving us a "bye-bye" hand-wave. When we asked to speak to the manager, he replied, "He's over there, but you're talking to me" and physically blocked me from attempting to speak to another person. It was irrational and baffling, and he refused to explain. Even if there is a law in Quincy that prevents bars from allowing people from out of the state to enter their bar (we told them we didn't even want to drink - we just wanted to hear the music), which I doubt (it doesn't make sense that a city in the United States wouldn't allow people to cross the border of Massachusetts and enter a bar), the staff could have told us this in a civil and apologetic way. It's possible that the staff was using subliminal profiling, as one of my friends is black and the other is Hispanic, and they seemed irrationally enraged that we attempted to sit quietly and listen to Rick play. Anyone who is considering going to Kilroy's for the first time should be warned, and returning customers should be aware that this kind of thing happens.

Pros: great music

Cons: incredibly poor service, rudeness,

 

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