Have you been thrown out of the Green...

Have you been thrown out of the Green Door yet?

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ex ranch customer

United States

#1 Aug 19, 2009
Just wondering if you have been thrown out of the Green Door yet? Linda sure has got high and mighty lately refusing x-ranch customers service with her too busy to let coffee and tea drinkers to enjoy a little r and r time in her place. But the best one is when a five month old baby cried and she threw him and his father out in the middle of their lunch.
laughing

United States

#2 Aug 19, 2009
Yes I too got refused service at the Green Door at two o'clock because I was interfering with her noon customers when I asked for a glass of tea. Funny when she was closed her regular customers use to come to the Ranch and they was always welcomed by both the regulars there and the help and owner for anything they wanted even if it was a glass of tea, coffee, meal or just a place to sit and relax and visit. We sure do miss the Ranch.
us too

United States

#3 Aug 19, 2009
Don't look Ethel but she got us too. Wife and I were there asked for soda drinks and she had fit, be glad when the new owners take over the Ranch, she may not be so smart when they all go there again, may take some of her old customers with them.
SedanPerson

Tonkawa, OK

#4 Aug 20, 2009
New owners? Who bought the place?
Donkey Odie

Coffeyville, KS

#5 Aug 21, 2009
I was in 'Behind the Green Door'!! LMAO!!! THE DONK!!!
waistgunner

Stratford, OK

#6 Aug 21, 2009
Donkey Odie wrote:
I was in 'Behind the Green Door'!! LMAO!!! THE DONK!!!
you can't run a business with limited seating when you have a bunch of people taking up time and space sipping on a cup of coffee or tea. Want a drink? Get it and go or come in on the off times . The green door isn't the senior Center.
waistgunner

Stratford, OK

#7 Aug 21, 2009
laughing wrote:
Yes I too got refused service at the Green Door at two o'clock because I was interfering with her noon customers when I asked for a glass of tea. Funny when she was closed her regular customers use to come to the Ranch and they was always welcomed by both the regulars there and the help and owner for anything they wanted even if it was a glass of tea, coffee, meal or just a place to sit and relax and visit. We sure do miss the Ranch.
Yes and if you'll notice The Ranch is out of Business , So- how's that business model working ?
ex ranch customer

United States

#8 Aug 21, 2009
well waistgunner I have ate several meals in past for several years in the Green Door, but no more. And her high and mighty attitude that she thinks she don't need the coffee or tea drinkers is ok but the next time they have a meeting you can bet that I and my family will never be there again.
hmmm

United States

#9 Aug 21, 2009
ex ranch customer wrote:
well waistgunner I have ate several meals in past for several years in the Green Door, but no more. And her high and mighty attitude that she thinks she don't need the coffee or tea drinkers is ok but the next time they have a meeting you can bet that I and my family will never be there again.
Why would anyone go there after the way she treats customers? I will never go there again and will be sure the word gets out about her attitude.
laughing

United States

#10 Aug 21, 2009
At the time I was there wasn't half a dozen people there at the most, and after she refused to serve me, the next person that came in when I was going out so I was told ordered a glass of tea and she served them. She doesn't want any of the ranch customers because she said she felt like they were coming in there because she was their second choice, wrong she was the last choice, lmao...
Been there and done that

United States

#11 Aug 22, 2009
There is grounds here for a law suit, it's called discrimantion!!!!!!!
hmmm

United States

#12 Aug 22, 2009
laughing wrote:
At the time I was there wasn't half a dozen people there at the most, and after she refused to serve me, the next person that came in when I was going out so I was told ordered a glass of tea and she served them. She doesn't want any of the ranch customers because she said she felt like they were coming in there because she was their second choice, wrong she was the last choice, lmao...
She is lucky she is a choice at all, there are other eating places in town who would be happy to serve anyone.
why not

United States

#13 Aug 22, 2009
hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
She is lucky she is a choice at all, there are other eating places in town who would be happy to serve anyone.
If she was smart she would treat the "ranch" customers better and when the Ranch opens again she would be able to keep them and their money!
waistgunner

Stratford, OK

#14 Aug 24, 2009
ex ranch customer wrote:
well waistgunner I have ate several meals in past for several years in the Green Door, but no more. And her high and mighty attitude that she thinks she don't need the coffee or tea drinkers is ok but the next time they have a meeting you can bet that I and my family will never be there again.
Well that's what makes America great. We have the right to choose where we do business.
waistgunner

Stratford, OK

#15 Aug 24, 2009
Been there and done that wrote:
There is grounds here for a law suit, it's called discrimantion!!!!!!!
You can discriminate as long as you don't do it against a protected class. Tea drinkers don't constitute such a class.
waistgunner

Stratford, OK

#16 Aug 24, 2009
How the green Door does business will make an interesting subject to watch ,(heaven knows there's not much else interesting around here )Will it prosper or will it meet the fate of the ranch? As far as I can remember it's been operating continously since the Fourties as Rip's Lunch up to the present day as the Green Door. It's just my opinion but I'm thinking it'll probably still be here this time next year. You know it could be that there is a Market here for a Coffee Shop ? A Place for primarily sitting , visiting and drinking coffee and Tea . Any thoughts on That ??
boohoo

Mount Hope, KS

#17 Aug 24, 2009
laughing wrote:
Yes I too got refused service at the Green Door at two o'clock because I was interfering with her noon customers when I asked for a glass of tea. Funny when she was closed her regular customers use to come to the Ranch and they was always welcomed by both the regulars there and the help and owner for they wanted even if it was a glass of tea, coffee, meal or just a place to sit and relax and visit. We sure do miss the Ranch.
Common Sense?? You don't go to a small cafe that is packed out and order tea!
sideways

Wann, OK

#18 Aug 24, 2009
Why not? There was alot of times, that we were packed and someone came in and order a coke, coffee and or tea and sat down at a table, to take a load off, get out of the heat or just to rest. Its called customer service, being nice to these people means they will come back and eat. People are what make or break a business, now that is common sense.
jake

Coweta, OK

#19 Aug 26, 2009
Linda has always had an attitude against the RANCH customers. I try to patronize all of the cafe's in town. I had stopped going to the RANCH when Jim took over. But spending any more time in THE GREEN DOOR didnt matter. If you are not one of Linda's people then she is realy kinda rude. I don't go in there very much anymore. I was NOT one of those coffee drinkers that she does not like either. The only time i was in there was to eat.
ex ranch customer

United States

#20 Aug 26, 2009
boohoo wrote:
<quoted text> Common Sense?? You don't go to a small cafe that is packed out and order tea!
The cafe did not have half a dozen people in there, in fact it was 1:45, well after the lunch hour traffic,

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