Halstead Street Deli

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Honestly, I did not have an opportunity to decide if I wanted to dine at this location. Upon entering, I was greeted with a mean spirit.

I had never eaten at this fast food place and did not know exactly what to expect. A friend suggested it and I trusted that perhaps this would be a suitable choice.

My experience was such that as soon as I walked into this place attitude was thrown at me.

Typically, a customer may complain that they have to wait a long time before being serviced. However, I was immediately approached in a nasty way by an older blond lady. I stood at the table I felt would be suitable for my lunch mate and I.

The waitress approached me in less than two minutes, "Ma'am you can't wait in here." My response was that I would be having lunch with someone. After a few more minutes another waitress approached me, more rude than the first.

This time a brunette, "...someone said you had been here for an hour, you can't wait here."

Having worked in administration and customer service for a number of years, it was clear to me that the management and employees needed additional training in proper customer relations.

From the manner in which I was greeted upon entry, I knew I was not going to patronize this place. As many businesses and individuals that I knew frequented the area, I was confident that I would be able to get the message out that this was not the place to eat at.

My recommendation would be not to eat at the Halsted Street Deli. At the corner of State and Lake, right off the Red Line; Green, Pink, Brown Line trains. Directly across the street from Harold Washington College; across the street from ABC News Station.

I saw that this particular location received no reviews. It is clear as to why. I do not understand how places such as this remain in existence. I encourage people who get treated like trash in diners to speak out.

These greasy spoons are serving people and if they can't deliver basic customer service, how are they preparing your food? That should make us question and hestitate. They are only able to continue as long as people buy, but they do not deserve this privilege business.

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Honestly, I did not have an opportunity to decide if I wanted to dine at this location. Upon entering, I was greeted with a mean spirit.

I had never eaten at this fast food place and did not know exactly what to expect. A friend suggested it and I trusted that perhaps this would be a suitable choice.

My experience was such that as soon as I walked into this place attitude was thrown at me.

Typically, a customer may complain that they have to wait a long time before being serviced. However, I was immediately approached in a nasty way by an older blond lady. I stood at the table I felt would be suitable for my lunch mate and I.

The waitress approached me in less than two minutes, "Ma'am you can't wait in here." My response was that I would be having lunch with someone. After a few more minutes another waitress approached me, more rude than the first.

This time a brunette, "...someone said you had been here for an hour, you can't wait here."

Having worked in administration and customer service for a number of years, it was clear to me that the management and employees needed additional training in proper customer relations.

From the manner in which I was greeted upon entry, I knew I was not going to patronize this place. As many businesses and individuals that I knew frequented the area, I was confident that I would be able to get the message out that this was not the place to eat at.

My recommendation would be not to eat at the Halsted Street Deli. At the corner of State and Lake, right off the Red Line; Green, Pink, Brown Line trains. Directly across the street from Harold Washington College; across the street from ABC News Station.

I saw that this particular location received no reviews. It is clear as to why. I do not understand how places such as this remain in existence. I encourage people who get treated like trash in diners to speak out.

These greasy spoons are serving people and if they can't deliver basic customer service, how are they preparing your food? That should make us question and hestitate. They are only able to continue as long as people buy, but they do not deserve this privilege business.

Pros: Leaving the establishment

Cons: Everything

 

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