Restaurant Responds to Review Requesting Servers 'Show Some Skin' In Clever Way

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Restaurant Responds to Review Requesting Servers 'Show Some Skin' In Clever Way (ABC News)

Not many restaurants have the chance to respond to a customer’s review in a smart, effective and cheeky way. Atomic Grill in Morgantown, West Virginia, however, managed to do just that.

After a customer posted a review on UrbanSpoon -- which has since been deleted -- requesting that the servers show more skin, owner Daniel McCawley took matters into his own hands.

"It was brutish. I was upset. I’m a father of a 12-year-old girl and I’ve got five sisters," McCawley said. "The way that women are treated is pretty personal as far as I’m concerned."

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Rather than just get upset, McCawley took action by giving the customer exactly what he or she asked for: more skin. From now through Memorial Day, Atomic Grill will be offering a potato skin special for $7, and 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information Services.

"We took offense to the review and wanted to flip it in a positive way," McCawley explained.

He said the restaurant has so far received a "tremendous" amount of support. "My Facebook blew up overnight," he said. "I really hope this will be a positive thing."

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