Letter to the editor: Restaurants should notify customers when they’re closed
Many local restaurants close for a couple weeks in fall and spring. But on consecutive days this week, we went to a prominent restaurant — one in Frisco, the other in Dillon — having checked the restaurant’s webpage and telephoned to make sure they were open. The recorded telephone messages and the webpage indicated they were open. But they were closed. Surely it is proper practice, and shows some consideration to customers, to update at least one of these information services to state the truth. But these particular restaurants did not do that. They should.
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