Buffalo Wild Wings: Suburban Chicago workers fired over skin color reseat bid

Buffalo Wild Wings Fires Multiple Employees Following Racist Incident

"This is a flawless opportunity for Buffalo Wild Wings to be a good corporate citizen", the group's attorney, Cannon Lambert, told reporters.

"We don't have to file a lawsuit because there is no need to file if there is no disagreement on this not being right", said Lambert, who is representing the families.

"A couple minutes went by and the host went up to my husband and asked "what race are you guys?' My husband asked him why it mattered and the host responded that a table with 2 of their 'regular customers" were next to where we were to be seated and he didn't want us sitting there because he's 'racist, '" Vahl wrote, according to the report.

"I was appalled", Vahl said. Buffalo Wild Wings said in a statement that it has zero tolerance for discrimination of any kind and they will conduct sensitivity training throughout their Chicago locations.

"If [Buffalo Wild Wings] agree [s] with us that this should have never happened, we look forward to talking to [them] further". That employee then came up to Vahl's tables and said her group would have to move, as the seats were reserved.

Now the family says they want to see changes at Buffalo Wild Wings as they try to turn an very bad experience into a teachable moment. Both he and Vahl said they struggled to explain to the children what had happened.

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"We believe that we can fully and positively address the requests that were made this morning", spokeswoman Claire Kudlata said in an email. "We've reached out and are awaiting responses so that we can establish an ongoing and open dialogue".

"That racist customer continued to look back at us and give us some dirty looks", Vahl said.

"We have been in direct communication with the group of guests to understand their account of what happened and have offered our deepest apologies for any unacceptable behaviour", the person said in a statement.

"How is an establishment OK with serving people who try to control which types of people sit around them?!"

Lambert urged the company to do more. "It's an open question because we need to maintain dialogue".

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