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A post shared by sweetsuetattoo on Feb 21, at 9: How do you choose who tattoos you? Brooklyn has no shortage of tattoo parlors and consequently, talented artists. If you, like me, follow tattoo artists on Instagram the way most people follow celebrity pets, you might be interested in learning a little bit more about your friendly neighborhood tattoo artist. I did a little reconnaissance and spoke to nine women who work in studios around Brooklyn about their art, what inspires them, and of course, what they love about our fair borough.

A post shared by sweetsuetattoo on Mar 21, at And he was like, 70 years old! What she loves about Brooklyn: I joked that this echoes her fascination with taxidermy: A post shared by Gianna Maria Galli? But every time I leave, I come right back. A post shared by Amanda Rodriguez amandatattoos on Mar 30, at 6: Amanda Rodriguez has been tattooing for ten years, but her formal artistic training is in furniture design.

However, Amanda is going to try her hand at gardening English roses, just like the golden ones in this sweet shoulder piece pictured above. And I like to go out and eat with friends. It reminds me of Alice in Wonderland, with all the furniture. Few months ago I transformed a laser scar into a very pretty floral tattoo. Inspired by occult, woodblock images and the symbolism in traditional tattoos, her Big Cartel shop sells enamel pins and accessories that demonstrate her range of artistic styles and showcase her favorite things.

I really like the sense of community. Also, the food is amazing, and so is the coffee. They are almost never not amusing! Betty Rose is also the curator behind the ladytattooers Instagram account and webpage , featuring artists from around the globe since My great-great grandparents settled here in Williamsburg, so when I think of Brooklyn I think of family.

A post shared by Zoe Bean zoebeantattoo on Mar 2, at 2: Stippling queen Zoe Bean has been drawn to drawing in dots for a long time. Working at Eight of Swords! This place is really special. After the election, I felt like I had to do something, and so I did this! A post shared by Anka Lavriv anka. Anka came to Ocean City, MD in on a student exchange, studying psychology. And then, she decided she wanted to tattoo.

She asked her dad to coerce his friend to teach her how. Her current series is focused on creating large-scale renderings of shoes traditionally worn by courtesans, and making them her own. Her artistic approach reflects a strange duality: Click here to cancel reply. Email will not be published required. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. May 20, at 2: Dec 9, at 2: Dec 12, at Aug 7, at 7:

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The needles are single-use needles that come packaged individually. Tattooing is regulated in many countries because of the associated health risks to client and practitioner, specifically local infections and virus transmission. Disposable plastic aprons and eye protection can be worn depending on the risk of blood or other secretions splashing into the eyes or clothing of the tattooist.

Hand hygiene, assessment of risks and appropriate disposal of all sharp objects and materials contaminated with blood are crucial areas.

The tattoo artist must wash his or her hands and must also wash the area that will be tattooed. Gloves must be worn at all times and the wound must be wiped frequently with a wet disposable towel of some kind. All equipment must be sterilized in a certified autoclave before and after every use. It is good practice to provide clients with a printed consent form that outlines risks and complications as well as instructions for after care.

The Government of Meiji Japan had outlawed tattoos in the 19th century, a prohibition that stood for 70 years before being repealed in Existing tattoos are required to be covered with proper clothing. The regulations were added to Osaka's ethical codes, and employees with tattoos were encouraged to have them removed.

This was done because of the strong connection of tattoos with the yakuza , or Japanese organized crime, after an Osaka official in February threatened a schoolchild by showing his tattoo. Tattoos had negative connotations in historical China , where criminals often had been marked by tattooing. The Romans tattooed criminals and slaves, and in the 19th century released U. Prisoners in Nazi concentration camps were tattooed with an identification number.

Today, many prison inmates still tattoo themselves as an indication of time spent in prison. Native Americans also used tattoos to represent their tribe. Catholic Croats of Bosnia used religious Christian tattooing , especially of children and women, for protection against conversion to Islam during the Ottoman rule in the Balkans.

Tattoos are strongly empirically associated with deviance , personality disorders and criminality. Current cultural understandings of tattoos in Europe and North America have been greatly influenced by long-standing stereotypes based on deviant social groups in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Particularly in North America, tattoos have been associated with stereotypes, folklore and racism. At the same time, members of the U. In Japan, tattoos are associated with yakuza criminal groups, but there are non-yakuza groups such as Fukushi Masaichi's tattoo association that sought to preserve the skins of dead Japanese who have extensive tattoos. Tattooing is also common in the British Armed Forces. Depending on vocation, tattoos are accepted in a number of professions in America.

Companies across many fields are increasingly focused on diversity and inclusion. In Britain, there is evidence of women with tattoos, concealed by their clothing, throughout the 20th century, and records of women tattooists such as Jessie Knight from the s. Former sailor Rowland Hussey Macy , who formed Macy's department stores, used a red star tattoo that he had on his hand for the store's logo.

Nine people took the business up on the offer. Because it requires breaking the skin barrier, tattooing carries health risks including infection and allergic reactions. Tattooing can be uncomfortable to excruciating depending on the area and can result in the person fainting. Modern tattooists reduce risks by following universal precautions working with single-use items and sterilizing their equipment after each use. Many jurisdictions require that tattooists have blood-borne pathogen training such as that provided through the Red Cross and OSHA.

In amateur tattooing, such as that practiced in prisons, however, there is an elevated risk of infection. Infections that can theoretically be transmitted by the use of unsterilized tattoo equipment or contaminated ink include surface infections of the skin, fungal infections, some forms of hepatitis , herpes simplex virus , HIV , staph , tetanus , and tuberculosis.

Tattoo inks have been described as "remarkably nonreactive histologically". This is sometimes due to the presence of nickel in an ink pigment, which triggers a common metal allergy.

Certain colours - red or similar colours such as purple, pink, and orange - tend to cause more problems and damage compared to other colours. If part of a tattoo especially if red begins to cause even minor troubles, like becoming itchy or worse, lumpy, then Danish experts strongly suggest to remove the red parts.

In , researchers from the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility in France say the chemicals in tattoo ink can travel in the bloodstream and accumulate in the lymph nodes, obstructing their ability to fight infections. However, the authors noted in their paper that most tattooed individuals including the donors analyzed do not suffer from chronic inflammation. Tattoo artists frequently recommend sun protection of skin 1 to prevent tattoos from fading and 2 to preserve skin integrity to make future tattooing easier [90] [91].

While tattoos are considered permanent, it is sometimes possible to remove them, fully or partially, with laser treatments. Typically, black and some colored inks can be removed more completely than inks of other colors.

The expense and pain associated with removing tattoos are typically greater than the expense and pain associated with applying them. Pre-laser tattoo removal methods include dermabrasion , salabrasion scrubbing the skin with salt , cryosurgery and excision —which is sometimes still used along with skin grafts for larger tattoos. These older methods, however, have been nearly completely replaced by laser removal treatment options.

A temporary tattoo is a non-permanent image on the skin resembling a permanent tattoo. Temporary tattoos can be drawn, painted, airbrushed or needled as a permanent [ clarification needed ] tattoo with an ink which can be dissolved in blood within 6 months of art as a form of body painting. Decal press-on temporary tattoos are used to decorate any part of the body. They may last for a day or for more than a week.

Foil temporary tattoos are a variation of decal-style temporary tattoos, printed using a foil stamping technique instead of using ink. Each metallic tattoo is protected by a transparent protective film. Although they have become more popular and usually require a greater investment, airbrush temporary tattoos are less likely to achieve the look of a permanent tattoo, and may not last as long as press-on temporary tattoos. An artist sprays on airbrush tattoos using a stencil with alcohol-based, FDA-approved cosmetic inks.

Like decal tattoos, airbrush temporary tattoos also are easily removed with rubbing alcohol or baby oil. Another tattoo alternative is henna -based tattoos, which generally contain no additives. Henna is a plant-derived substance which is painted on the skin, staining it a reddish-orange-to-brown color. Because of the semi-permanent nature of henna, they lack the realistic colors typical of decal temporary tattoos. Due to the time-consuming application process, it is a relatively poor option for children.

Dermatological publications report that allergic reactions to natural henna are very rare and the product is generally considered safe for skin application. Serious problems can occur, however, from the use of henna with certain additives. The FDA and medical journals report that painted black henna temporary tattoos are especially dangerous.

Decal temporary tattoos, when legally sold in the United States, have had their color additives approved by the U. Unapproved pigments, however, which are sometimes used by non-US manufacturers, can provoke allergic reactions in anyone. Understanding the types of temporary tattoos available to consumers, knowing where they are manufactured, and ensuring they come from a reliable source are keys to determining whether temporary tattoos are safe.

The types of airbrush paints manufactured for crafting, creating art or decorating clothing should never be used for tattooing. These paints are not approved for direct contact with skin, and can be allergenic or toxic. Always ask the airbrush tattoo artist what kind of ink he or she is using and whether it meets FDA approval.

The FDA regularly issues warnings to consumers about avoiding any temporary tattoos labeled as black henna or pre-mixed henna as these may contain potentially harmful ingredients including silver nitrate, carmine, pyrogallol, disperse orange dye and chromium.

Black henna gets its color from paraphenylenediamine PPD , a textile dye approved by the FDA for human use only in hair coloring. Research has linked these and other ingredients to a range of health problems including allergic reactions, chronic inflammatory reactions, and late-onset allergic reactions to related clothing and hairdressing dyes. They can cause these reactions long after application. Neither black henna nor pre-mixed henna are approved for cosmetic use by the FDA.

Judaism generally prohibits tattoos among its adherents based on the commandments in Leviticus Jews tend to believe this commandment only applies to Jews and not to gentiles. However, views amongst Rabbis are divided [95] , and an increasing number of young Jews are getting tattoos either for fashion, or an expression of their faith. There is no specific rule in the New Testament prohibiting tattoos, and most Christian denominations believe the laws in Leviticus are outdated as well as believing the commandment only applied to the Israelites , not to the gentiles.

While most Christian groups tolerate tattoos, some Evangelical and fundamentalist Protestant denominations believe the commandment does apply today for Christians and believe it is a sin to get one.

Many Coptic Christians in Egypt take a cross tattoo in their right wrist to differ from the Muslims. Tattoos are considered to be haram in Sunni Islam , based on rulings from scholars and passages in the Hadith. Shia Islam does not entirely prohibit tattooing, although it may be looked down upon in Shia communities. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Tattoo disambiguation. Process of tattooing and Tattoo ink.

Religious perspectives on tattooing. Mehndi and Ballpoint pen artwork. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. January Learn how and when to remove this template message. Biomechanical art Body art Foreign body granuloma Fusen gum Legal status of tattooing in the United States List of cutaneous conditions List of tattoo artists Lucky Diamond Rich , world's most tattooed person. So disappointed in the service as well as the food we ordered. We ordered different entrees and waiting very patiently for our food. The server did not come back to our table and when she did we were so disappointed by then we were ready to go.

Two people at our table ordered soup and salad. They ordered the soup and salad with refills and never was asked about the refills until the rest of the party had eaten. If this is how Outback carries on their service we will not go back. Terrible experience and probably the last one!! Food to expensive to be such a bad experience!

I was contacted the next day July 1, by a manager and he apologized for what had happened. He offered me to come back to the restaurant, however, this was not possible because I was on vacation and was just passing by. He stated that what he would do was put a gift card in the mail to me to use. Ended up in the ER with food poisoning last night …most likely place I got it was from your restaurant in Lufkin that served bread with mold — I am highly allergic to penicillin — I have pictures of the moldy bread that we were served.

My husband and many family members eat at Outback a lot so I am familiar with both the quality of the food and the service. Typically the food and service is good but I had a different experience last weekend. I ordered my normal Ribeye I get quite often and it was not fit to feed my dog. The waitress was very good and said she would get the manager. The steak was clearly not edible and by the time we were ready to leave the mgr offered me another steak.

I obviously was leaving. So the waitress brings out a bill which included the inedible steak. I was so angry when I left OutBack I decided to complain to their corporate office. If you dont tell a company they have a problem they wont know so we shall see how this is handled??

My husband and son and I went to Outback on June 2, for dinner and ordered a margarita, an appetizer, one porterhouse steak dinner with shrimp, one bone in rib eye dinner with shrimp with mashed potatoes and an up charge for the macaroni and cheese and another 10oz rib eye dinner with asparagus. My son started eating his steak and then said mine taste funny. I tried a bite and at first said only that it tasted like it had some kind of oriental flavor.

My husband tried a piece and said it tasted horrible. My son continued to try and eat the steak and then said it was tasting worse. I tried another piece and quickly realized it was bad. It had a very strong sour vinegar taste and smelled bad.

I guess because he kept cutting in the center it got worse. They said they were making my son another steak. Fifteen minutes later, another lady came to the table and said they were out of the mashed potatoes my son ordered and they could give him a baked potato if he wanted.

Ten minutes later he finally got his meal, by then our food was cold so we asked for boxes. The next morning my husband and I went to work and around 9am both came home with horrible diarrhea, only to find out that my son had been up and down with that and vomiting all through the night. By the evening and a lot of Imodium AD, my husband and I were better, however, my son was sick for three whole days.

They comped my sons steak but that was it. The waitress told us it was the 3rd bad meat complaint of the day. Our waitress gave us a card with Carlos Flores as the Managing Partner to contact but we have yet to reach him. When I call they always say he just left or will be in tomorrow. I tried the corporate number which is in Tampa,Florida but when you push 6 to make a complaint about a dining experience the phone rings back to the automated recording and says push 6 again and it does the same thing over and over again.

Outback was one of our favorite places to eat but after the lack of concern they have recently showed us and serving bad meat to more than one person in a single day, they will not be getting any more of our money. I will be sure to let friends and family know about this experience as well. The lack of care and concern for the well being of the customers who keep them in business blows my mind. Having owned and operated seven bars and restaurants I usually do not complain for mediocre service or food Tonight was an exception.

I ordered their double hamburger and it was the worst hamburger I have eaten since the State Fair many years ago. It was severely overcooked, dry and it had a very tangy tasting sauce or whatever.

The french fries which accompanied it was of an inferior quality with lots of discoloration and small pieces of potato I cooked thousands of orders of fries and have never seen any like tonight.

It would seem to me they buy seconds or the tail end of a batch. The fries were cold and soggy. Unfortunately, a family seated behind us allowed their young son to watch cartoons on their phone at the highest volume. It was very disruptive and difficult to hear the others in my party talk. Our server John was very apologetic and went to ask the manager, also John, to visit our table.

The Manager immediately came to our table and explained that he can relocate our party to the next table over. The Manager was very gracious and diplomatic. I did understand his position, but to apologize for the inconvenience he waived our bill. This was unexpected and VERY appreciated. He turned a negative situation into a positive ending. On a side note, the food is always excellent when we visit this location and John works very hard to visit each table and make sure everyone is happy when they leave.

I pee colder that that! All of our ice water , no more that three or four ice cubes and not one single refill , not just water but anything! Our server was extremely none attentive!

This is not the first bad experience in my own town , but it was my last! The music was actually louder than Texas roadhouse!!!! So much for a family restaurant! Last night was one of the worst nights I have had and it could have all been simply avoided. It was my birthday and my husband decided to order take out from outback after a full day.

He ordered the alice spring chicken and I ordered the pasta with chicken. I ordered online and we arrived 30 mins later to pick it up. He walked in, and no one was there to greet him. He literally stood there for 10 mins just waiting. He handed her cash, and she stood there looking at him waiting. He put his money into his pocket and she angrily rolled her eyes, and walked away from him. We drove home sat on the couch, and began to dig in. I took 3 bites of my chicken before I looked down at my food and saw that the chicken was RAW.

Yup, the center of the chicken was raw, and pink and looked like rubber. I immediately ran to the bathroom and had to force myself to throw up. Fear crept into me, and I called the restaurant and spoke to a wonderful manager there I think named tammy who apologized profusely and asked me to come back in and she would give me a full refund, and has offered to remake my food and I politely declined out of loss of appetite and fear.

I had barely waddled to my car when my husband received a phone call. I was impressed the owner was calling me at 9: Boy was I wrong. He started to sound frustrated. He began rattling off excuses. I asked him are you aware I am pregnant and your restaurant served me undercooked food? He said he was. I asked him if he was aware of the fact that before we even got our food how down right rude the lady who checked my husband out was.

He began making more excuses saying she was bagging up our food. I told him so you had 30 mins to make and bag it, and your website says the food takes 20 mins and she still needed that extra 10?

He began to push the credit on me twice. I lost my temper and said let me explain this as clearly as possible. I am terrified, and disgusted at the fact you tried to serve me raw meat, and I will not and do not want to eat there again.

He shouted, You bring me the piece of chicken and I will give you your money back. He repeated it back to me 4 times like I was child. I told him it was already in my lap and I was on my way and hung up. I began to cry and my husband was beyond furious. When we got there, the Tammy was kind and you could see the worry etched on her face. I was fighting back tears at this point. She said okay and brought me to the back.

I immediately began to cry and a Hispanic man came into the room and did not introduce himself as I bawled, explaining to her how disrespected I felt just now after the phone call with Jim. You could see Tammy fighting back tears and looking lost unsure of what to do but the Hispanic man just stood there glaring at me. He walked away came back in and said , Mrs I have the owner on the phone and he would like to speak to you. I became livid saying that was the man who just spoke rudely to me on the phone.

I asked Tammy right then for a corporate number. The Hispanic man said yes they do and to give him a moment and he would be right back with one. I was crying hysterically at this point, and the fact I just had my makeup done and paid I told tammy that I am not angry at her and that this is completely not her problem or fault.

She then, turned and opened the drawer to refund my money when Hispanic man walked back in, saying he had found the number. I finally broke, told the man that what I had said to tammy and let him know that it was also not his fault it was Jim who made this situation so much worse and that it was a good thing that he had him on the phone so he could hear this conversation.

I could have made a public scene and let the other customers there know what they had just done. I have never felt so disrespected in my life, and that my worries as a pregnant women, with health concerns were deemed unjustified, and that they tried to pull one over me in the office.

This was all due to a raw piece of chicken. We always go here with Jeff because he always has coupons. He loves it here, goes here times a week by himself and knowledge the staff and managers by name.

On April 2nd, the 3 of us came and ate. Jeff sent back his steak because there was too much fat in it. He is known for sending items back that are not up to par. Like a not so warm bread, a smaller than average baked potato, a small piece of chicken. Jeff was at the booth paying his bill and knew nothing of the incident. Me and my wife went outside and it took Jeff 15 mins to get out of the restaurant and he told us he was kicked out for soliciting a waitress and for our incident.

The managers name was Jeanette and Rene. Jeff likes value for his meal and tats why he enjoys coming back to the outback. I hate to bother you with unpleasant news but I would like to bring a very serious matter to your attention concerning a very unpleasant dining experience today. Today, Sunday, March 13, at approximately 3pm my guest and I walked in your Outback Steakhouse Annapolis, MD establishment and quietly sat at the bar. She definitely saw us both. Based upon her unpleasant disposition and posture, we had a feeling something would not go right.

Believe me, she looked angry at the world. We found it very odd but patiently waited between minutes before she did approach us. Her disposition and service were extremely unprofessional, rude and uncalled for. This was certainly not the type of hospitality and professional service that we expect from Outback or any other restaurant chain. Never once did she greet us nor make us feel welcome.

With that type of attitude I would believe she receives complaints from patrons frequently. Service is normally great! It took so long before she did come over that we grabbed menus and figured out our entire order to save time because we had been waiting for an unusually long period of time. So, when she did approach we noticed that she continued to display a very nasty attitude.

Additionally, her condescending demeanor made matters even worst. After taking our order she threw the wood tray plates in front of us. Can you believe it? At that point, I maintained my composure but we had had enough. Finally, I found Sara myself and explained the situation and extremely unprovoked level of poor service that we had just experienced.

Sara Post did make things right and moved us to another dining table and Chelsea 2nd Server waited our table. She was very personal, friendly and provided great service. Thanks, for your prompt attention to this matter.

I was really looking forward having a nice happy hour with my husband and sister in law. We went to the Outback located in Independance Ohio. Friday March 11th, 16 around First when we arrived there was already a couple waiting in front of us and the host was no where to be found, when she came back the host told the couple something then went ahead and sat us at the furthest booth table. No silverware from the host. The server came over, still no silverware, took out drink orders, came back, no bread.

By that time the manager came by to check and still no silverware, she said the break will be right out. We asked the server for rum punch drink no ice, Sam Adam beer stuffed mushrooms and baked potatoe soup. The rum punch with filled with ice, never got the beer, still waited for silverware. It was frustrating and lost my appetite. I sent my drink back to have it remade with no ice it was in the same tall glass that made the presentation look bad, my stuffed mushrooms were cold, and still no damn silverware and then when we did get it the server said its the host responsibility.

I can go on and on! I hope this gets to the manager and general manager at this location. After waiting at least one hour we were seated. He offered to cook another which I agreed. Either way, the restraunt was clean, service was good, manger needs refresher course in customer service skills.

No need for further contact as we will not be patronizing ANY Outback restraunts anywhere! Thank the person reading this for their time! We were seated in a booth around the bar area. The waitress in the area only had one other table besides ours.

Unfortunately, we sat a little while before the waitress came over to greet us even though see was at the table behind us at least 3 times tending to their needs before greeting us. It seemed as though everything we wanted she was determined to make it difficult for us to get it that way. So after taking the order, she never came back to check on us.

Through the evening, we noticed two other tables of customers like myself African Americans were seated in the same row as us. As time went on, we began to notice they were treated the exact same way by the same waitress. My daughter and I sat and discussed this through the entire meal and decided that we would mention this to the manager. Just as we had decided to mention it to the manager my daughter said, Oh good here comes the manager checking on the customers, we can tell him now.

How was your meal? We sat and observed him check on other customers and noticed, he only check on all Caucasian customers in the restaurant and never stopped at an African American table. Needless to say the three tables that he and the waitress totally disregarded were all African American. After we PAID our bill in full we then asked to speak with Chris, we brought the entire incident to his attention and we said to Chris, we waited to bring this to his attention, not because we want something free because as I stated, we already paid our bill in full, but because unfortunately, African Americans are stereotyped as complaining to get something free or not leaving tips because they are cheap.

Christ excuse for not stopping at none of our tables was because he had to get back to a large party which was not true because he stopped at numerous tables, which were all Caucasians because returning to that large party.

He said here I will give you my card with my bosses number on it, you can just call him. He was very condescending. My wife and I stopped at the Brighton, MI location.

I would have spoken to the server or requested a manager about this but the tables were squeezed so tightly together it already seemed like we were all talking together.

My wife ordered prime rib, sweet potato and ceasar salad. She ordered her prime rib medium, it was served with a pool of blood on the top and was no more than maybe a half inch thick.

The diameter of a baseball is much more then that of the potato served, the salad looked fine. I ordered a rib eye with asparagus. I received exactly five sprigs of asparagus each being four inches long AND was charged an extra dollar! My rib-eye was ordered medium rare. It was served virtually burned black completely through. At first I told my wife they needed to sharpen the steak knives as it was nearly impossible to cut, however, the couple pieces from the middle I was able to cut I could not chew it was so tuff!

It was Sunday evening, we thought we were going for a nice dinner, your store in Brighton managed to blow that idea completely up! Dinner at Westover Outback was a huge mistake. We ordered soup and emphasized to make sure it was served hot…both were warm at best and had to be sent back.

My chopped salad was more like unchopped salad. We will not be going back there if this is the quality to be expected. I have an experience I would like to share with you and I ask you to read this carefully. This past Saturday night , I took my wife out to eat for her 49th birthday. We traveled 2hours to Durham, NC to celebrate. You may ask why we traveled two hours. First, his birthday was just the week prior, and of course secondly because he just gave us our first grandchild.

On a side note, I had just gotten a good report of my daughter and her grades in school. So, as you can tell I hope this was a pretty big night for a proud Father, Husband and Grandfather. The restaurant she chose, out all the ones we could have to go was, Outback, which was fine by me I love steak and that blooming onion. This is how the dinner went. We arrived and found a parking place, the restaurant was busy so we had to put our name in and wait one hour.

I am not fond of that kind of wait but expected some wait just about anywhere you go on a Saturday night. My family gets out and joins me at the front and we set out under the porch until it just gets to cold for my wife.

When our time came we were seated, and George took our drink and blooming onion order. Shortly after, our drinks came out, and a little bit later, our blooming onion came. My wife asked the server who brought the onion if she could get some ketchup.

We sat and were talking and enjoying the onion, except my wife, who was waiting until the ketchup arrived.

Then our waiter came by and seen our empty drink glasses and ask for a reminder of the type drinks we had, and said he would be right back, we called back quickly and asked for some ketchup and some small plates to go with the blooming onion. Then about five minutes later another server comes out with our salads, she asks if there is anything else, for the third time my wife asks for some ketchup, and we ask if we could get some more drinks.

By this time the onion is more than half gone, but we all slowed down so my wife could get some and we could have something to drink with it. Well that server brought my wife some ketchup finally after about 20 mins. My wife did get some onion before it got to cold to enjoy, since her glass still had drink in it, but the rest of us had to wait. About ten more minutes passes and our food arrives, our glasses are still empty from the first time they were brought out. So, we have been seated for approx.

So, when this server arrived with our food, I asked to speak with the manager, which I have never done in my 44 years of going out to eat. Just before the manager comes out our waiter filled my tea glass, but my son and daughter still had to wait a bit longer. The manager came to our table and I started to try to explain my great displeasure, but before I even got started, she spoke up and offered some discounts for the problems, then asked if there was anything else. My daughter spoke up and asked us about her steak, which was ordered well done, but came with a little blood in it.

The manager did make good on the offer of a discount, but I have a question to ask you. Not one time did I hear any employee tell my wife Happy Birthday, nor the couple that actually took the time to hear the news of the grandchild, say a congratulations. It was by far the worst service I have ever received, and I thoroughly regret having taken my family to that restaurant to do our celebration. I do think I deserve an apology!

My dining experience from was a so horrible its hard to believe! I know my 2 to 4 visits a month does not affect them but the new Texas Roadhouse sure appreciates their new business! Thanks for not caring! Slow slow service We had to ask for our drink refills, so for the most part we sat with empty glasses and cups. Ranch was asked for at least 3 times before it was brought out. Unless they were growing the lettuce, butchering the cow, or baking the cake …our waitress was a new degree of slow.

Three of the eight people at our table are on antibiotics. My mother has a compromised immune system not needing to purposely eat germs. Dirty plate with sticky goo Salad My house salad with ranch was served. I had eaten several bites when putting my fork down, and my hand touched a large sticky goo. I gave it to my waitress. I ordered medium rare.

The steak was well done except for a small part of medium in the middle. They took it back. Of course, once a steak was brought to me, my family had finished eating theirs. Probably because it was half baked. When asked if things were better …the veteran sitting to my left replied …we are just too tired to care any longer. The dinner included dessert.

Dirty dessert plates The cake arrived. Some larger some smaller pieces, even though I thought they used a more precise cutting tool. I had taken a few bites of mine when I went to push my plate away just a little …when my hand felt the ick from underneath my plate.

I just sighed, lifted my plate to take a closer look, when the veteran to my left removed ick and a hair. I gave it to my waitress …letting her see and feel the ick. She took it with her. Then it was realized each dessert plate was dirty, some more than others.

One dirty plate …maybe. A table of dirty plates ….. Again …these are the highlights. Let me also give you the highlights of the excuses we were given from our waitress and the managers. That heating up the soup is a normal procedure. That the goo on my plate was probably honey mustard. That sometimes a steak can be tough, and that he thought it was more medium than well. That the hair could have come from anywhere. The excuse from the other manager than had seen the dirty dishes said that the dishes being dirty in that area would be from the hands putting into and taking out of the food window or from the waitress handling them.

The steak being tough, or looking more medium than well done is NOT the correct excuse when I ordered my steak medium rare. As far as the dessert plates …they were dirty. To tell me that it was from the hands of the handlers …well, again, not acceptable.

Their hands …dirty from what? Other table dirty dishes? How dirty would hands have to be …to have dirtied ALL of our dessert dishes? And the hair…which he said could have come from anywhere …well that has a level of concern all of its own. The appetizer bloomin onion is given free from Outback very often for different reasons. Which is always very appreciated.

I have enjoyed many Monday bloomin onions thanks to Outback and Kevin. But …to think that a bloomin is compensation for our bad service, long wait for cold and overcooked food that was served on dirty dishes, receiving excuses, well they are wrong.

I would have expected a sincere apologetic attitude. Instead we received arrogant attitudes and excuses to try to convince us that dirty dishes and serving us food that belonged and had been eaten from another is a normal and acceptable procedure.

But wait …the best is yet to come. The manager then realized that other Outback customers where listening. Especially the man that spoke to me over the divider between dining room and bar area. My husband then replied, please do. We had not even received our bill at this time. But we did this with our waitress and managers that came to the table. No one was seated at the table next to or across from us.

No one at our table used any foul language. If there was a problem with us, why not just let us leave then. We never seen Mike again. I think he was genuinely sorry. I have already told you which Outback. Let me also share with you the names of our Outback employees. Our waitress was Sam. The two managers were Alex and Mark. In all fairness, I will also include the names of our party. We have spent thousands at Outbacks. It is our go-to restaurant.

Birthdays, anniversary, going away, coming home, been sick ….. We eat at Outbacks while on a long weekend, on vacation, in state or out of state. But our experience today with Outback Steakhouse was totally unacceptable. Once we were in the car, my husband turned to me and said …I think this was it for me. Recently I had a horrible experience at one of the two Outback restaurants that I frequent.

I took a friend to have dinner and he and I ordered beer, bloom, and the 9oz. I noticed that this day the Manager seemed to be having some staffing troubles while I was sitting at the bar waiting for service. I realize this sometimes happens and is unavoidable, but there were two Managers at the store this night so I felt they could handle any problems that may have come up. My friends steak was ordered well done but had edges that were burned black and were too charred for even a dog to chew through.

My medium steak was, in my opinion, cooked even past well done but lacked the charcoal edges my friends had. He cut out the center of his steak and chewed his way through it. When finally I was approached after watching my friend saw on his steak for a while Did I mention I was sitting at the bar?!?! I was asked if everything was O. One of the managers came by and asked if he could make me another steak.

I told him no because my friend was done and ready to leave. I had requested a wedge salad and was informed they were out. As you may notice from the bill, we were at the Outback on Thursday Evening at 5: How could you not offer the wedge salad when your store is in the parking lot of a Giant Food Store??

I think they carry lettuce. You may notice that the bill was paid for with Bonus Cards that I received from gift cards that I purchased. I hope the people I gave the cards to receive better service than I did, or they will think my gift to them was worthless crap!

See the Bill and Address below Signed: Outback Steakhouse Located in: It has too much dough and does not look like the picture! The fries were worse than sonic! Everything was dished up haphazardly! The place was NOT crowded! It took forever to get our meal!!! I hated the entire experience! This place has gone downhill since two years ago! I went to the Outback Steakhouse in Jenkintown Pa. I used their call ahead service that worked wonderfully. This is the view I had to encounter the whole time I was there.

About 3 of their hosts walked by the table, no one bothered to clear the table strike one. Waited about 10mins for her to come back and tell me the drink is already made with Malibu Rum.

She comes back with bread no butter and leaves. Finally she comes back with our drinks and leaves. We asked another server for butter. Dirty dishes still on the other table. Now the drink was very good. Then the salad comes first which I know is suppose to come after our appetizers. Then our appetizers come, table still dirty. She says well maybe since you got the salad your server replace that for the fries. What, is she now spending my money? She offers to get me the fries, table still dirty I have been to Outback Steakhouse many time to know if I want a salad with the Alice Springs Chicken its extra..

I asked her to please bring me a manager. The manager comes and I first point out to him that that dirty table should not be what I have to look at my entire visit, He apologized and as he talking a server comes with steamed veggies not fries, and then another server comes with honey mustard, who ordered veggies they were supposed to be fries.

I say to the manager this is the service we have been getting all night. Both of his sons have also suffered from their own addiction issues, with Paul Jr. However, this caused a breach of contract on the show which said that both of the Pauls had to feature on American Chopper. TLC canceled produced and filed a notice of default, which led to Paul Sr. It was this sneaky loophole that caused a family feud, creating yet more drama throughout the show over the next few years.

Of course, this loophole was added to the contract for a reason, and Paul Sr. He attempted a hostile takeover of what Paul Jr. As expected, Paul Jr. However, after hashing things out, they realized they were no longer able to work together for their own sanity and for the rest of their family. The two decided to call it quits and remain friends. Horrific accident Paul Jr. The building he had rented for his new shop had a leak from the roof, so the landlord hired someone to come in and fix it.

The man who came to repair the leak somehow fell through the roof and onto the floor of Paul Jr. During the same time of Paul Sr. The pair were together for two years before marrying on August 20 in ; the year of the lawsuit. In , the Orange County Choppers seemingly came up with a pretty sweet idea. They partnered with the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation in order to create a chopper that could be used by those in a wheelchair.

However, a man named Christ Tavantzis who suffers from polio claimed he gave the American Choppers boys the idea at a trade show in He sued the Orange County Choppers for stealing his idea. Kept around as a bit of a general dogsbody at Orange County Choppers, Mikey the second Teutul son became a bit of a fan favorite on the show. He was initially hired for odd jobs, such as sweeping the floor and taking out the trash but often acted as keeper of the peace in the show.

The shop hand at Orange County Choppers was so well-loved by the family that they secretly built him a motorcycle as a gift. Strangely, they never actually handed over the gift and so the issues began. Cody eventually left, yet American Chopper continued to use his likeness in the show. He attempted to sue for a quarter of a million dollars, but it was eventually settled out of court.

There have constantly been rumors about the financial situation of Orange County Choppers, with many people saying the company was facing financial difficulties. In fact, some said things were so bad that the shop would eventually have to close its doors. The rumor mill went into overdrive when the HQ and shop were both put up for sale, but Paul Sr.

Another rumor that confused the world was when it was claimed Paul Sr. A fake news site had in fact used another motorcycle crash, of a man in Louisiana, and claimed that it was, in fact, Paul Sr. The story circulated for quite some time, until Paul Sr. Four years after American Chopper ended, there was a special reunion episode featuring Shaq and a chopper that OCC had made for him; finally, a motorcycle he could fit on.

The American Chopper special featured Paul Sr. Some people raise their eyebrows when they see the American Chopper family on practically all of their shows as if they own them. Not going to say no to that, are you?! Everyone loved Mikey, as his witty interjections often added light relief to much of the drama happening on the show. When he left to make it on his own, he dabbled in a few different business ideas.

One of them was to open up a gallery, in order to get into the wonderful world of art. The gallery sold work by various artists, including some stuff that he had done himself. Who knew Mikey was such an artist? We were absolutely heartbroken to learn that Paul Sr. However, our spirits were lifted again in when the pair had their baby Hudson in A photo surfaced of Paul Sr.

Doing it on his own may have seemed daunting, but business has really taken off. He was approached by huge video game moguls Blizzard to make custom choppers based on World of Warcraft, along with creating various bikes for Hollywood movies. Perhaps stepping out of the shadow of his father was what he needed. In , Paul Sr. Creat, another video game company, then get on board with American Chopper 2: This time it was released on PS2, Xbox and Gamecube. At the very beginning of American Choppers, the show was aired by the Discovery Channel after Pilgrim Studios known for shows such as Ghost Hunters sold them the rights.

A few years down the line, the show was sold to TLC and eventually moved on to Country Music Television as viewings waned. However, as it goes in the TV world, things went full circle. When American Chopper first started, Discovery Channel held a pretty epic competition. You could have been in the chance of winning a custom chopper, built by Paul Sr.

Four different winners were chosen to get their custom bike, with an episode then dedicated to each. He had only been working at OCC for a little while before he found out they were going to be turned into a reality TV show.

He left Paul Sr. His business has had relative success, and Paul Jr. Here he buddied back up with Paul Jr. After dabbling in the art business for a while, Mikey decided to go down a different route completely.

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