The diner known for snarky servers and choreographed dance numbers on the soda counters is returning to Chicago, Ed Debevic’s , will be reopening . In fact, Ed Debevic’s Facebook hasn’t been updated in over two years.
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A video of a snarky waitress berating her customers at a Chicago diner has gone viral. But at Ed Debevic’s, the staff is actually paid to be rude to patrons. The unique restaurant prides itself on its ill-mannered servers .
62. 59. Originally conceived by Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises co-founder Rich Melman, Ed Debevic’s debuted in Chicago in 1984, and the throwback diner with a side of snark expanded to other cities including New York, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. LEYE later sold the chain.
Known for its sassy, dancing servers, the restaurant sat on the corner of Erie Street and North Wells in River North for nearly three decades. It closed in 2015, and was replaced with a high-rise. After Ed Debevic’s closed, it tweeted that it was looking for a spot to reopen.
CHICAGO (WLS) — Sunday was your last chance to eat at Ed Debevic’s , one of Chicago’s iconic restaurants. The ’50s-styled diner in River North closed its doors at 9 p.m. after 30 years there.
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The best way to handle rudeness is to bite your tongue and respond in a calm, cool manner. Ask the waiter politely to repeat what they said. If the waiter’s rudeness came out of something they said, they may have said something on impulse or made a mistake. It’s less likely they will be rude a second time.
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