A Georgia restaurant refused to split the $2,200 bill into separate checks, calling COPS at a dinner party for 25 people
- A video shared by a woman named Key showed that the awkward exchange began as the group celebrated for sister Quandresha Brinkley
- The dinner was held on March 10 at the Bistreaux Seafood Kitchen in Louisiana, East Point, Georgia
- Kay said Brinkley had booked in advance and discussed the bill with the restaurant staff.
- Many older attendees do not have the Cash App, so they need to use Cash
- Since there are no ATMs in the restaurant, Kee said the guests were forced to walk to a nearby hotel to withdraw cash for payment
- At that time, several people chose to abandon the party without paying at all, forcing Brinkley to pay a lot of bills at his own expense.
A restaurant in Georgia called the police at a dinner party of about 25 people to celebrate a woman’s 30th birthday because they refused to share a check for more than $2,200 for a large group.
On March 10, a TikTok video shared by a group of women named Key showed that an awkward exchange had begun. The large group celebrated for her sister Quandresha Brinkley at the Bistreaux Seafood Kitchen in East Point, Georgia.
Key told DailyMail.com that Brinkley had made a reservation in advance and discussed with the restaurant staff how they needed to arrange payment.
The restaurant’s manager told Brinkley: “She said there are fewer credit cards, but make sure people have cash.”
On March 10, after the staff refused to split the party’s check, the police called 25 people at the Bistreaux Seafood Kitchen in Louisiana, East Point, Georgia.
The video showed the group of people sitting in the dining room when the police gathered nearby. You can see that several people are talking with the restaurant manager. He is explaining that she can take the drink from the bill, but cannot split it up.
The key even lay flat on the receipt, showing an amazing bill of $2,204.30. She also showed that when the manager tried to explain the drink to the angry party, a police officer appeared to be laughing at the scene.
My sister shared that the restaurant staff did not try their best to accommodate the party. She claimed that although dinner should start around 6pm, they hadn’t even finished the meal by the time Key arrived around 8pm.
The phone even panned the entire receipt, showing an amazing bill at a price of $2,204.30
The nail technician said: “Most people are complaining.” Asserts. “Nobody eats.”
She said Keane admitted that more people attended the party, but those people did not sit by the party, but paid according to their own bills.
Key claimed that even if the food started to spread out, there were “two or three plates” that did not belong to anyone. She said that when the menu appeared on the bill, the check had to be returned several times.
Many older attendees do not have a Cash App, so they need to use cash. Since the restaurant does not have an ATM, Kei said that the guests were forced to walk to a nearby hotel to withdraw cash for payment.When people gave up the party, Brinkley was forced to pay
Kay said: “A lot of people feel that they are being deceived.”
The management did claim that they took some drinks
Many older attendees do not have a Cash App, so they need to use cash. Since the restaurant does not have an ATM, Key said, the guests were forced to walk to a nearby hotel to withdraw cash for payment.
At that time, several people chose to abandon the party without paying for the meal, forcing Brinkley to take out a lot of bills from their pockets.
Kay said: “The bill is indeed paid.”‘She [Brinkley’s] Friends brought other friends, and they were friends running around. My sister took money out of her pocket. She did make reservations, and she did talk about sharing the bills in advance. ”
Kee said the police were rushed to the scene before all the food was paid. The nail technician added that officials there told her to post information about the incident on social media.
Jill recalled: “He said, “Go talk about the restaurant on social media and introduce them to the restaurant. Go to social media to find out how they see everyone. “
When DailyMail.com called the restaurant, a lady named Tracy answered the call and directed the call to the company’s corporate office-unable to comment.
DailyMail.com has contacted the East Point Police Department for more information and other comments.
Ji said the police were rushed to the scene before all the food was paid. The manicurist added that the officials there told her to blow up the restaurant (pictured)