WATCH: Video of rude waitress abusing customers goes viral

Ed Debevic’s restaurant in Chicago! Come for the food, stay for the abusive and rude staff.

This video of a waitress being, what can only be described as excessively abusive towards customers has been taking the internet by storm over the last few days.

A customer recorded her waitress Cherry as she took the orders of her family when they visited the popular restaurant in Chicago.

The video itself is a joy to behold.


While at the Younique Convention we wanted to get some lunch one day and heard about this "interesting" restaurant.  So here we are having lunch at Ed Debevic's in Chicago--known for its "rudeness."  It is hilarious. Here is our waitress. She would probably be fired if she was caught being nice.     Jukin Media Verified (Original)* For licensing / permission to use: Contact - licensing(at)jukinmediadotcom

Posted by LaNetta Limb Maxfield on Monday, 10 August 2015

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Apparently Ed Debevic’s is a restaurant known for it’s rudeness to customers, where apparently if the staff are nice to customers they could "get canned"

“If you want good service, you go somewhere else. I know Hooters is probably more your speed but you came here on purpose.”

This could be a place worth checking out if you ever find yourself in Chicago but remember, don’t order anything off the kids menu if you aren’t a kid. 

Unless you enjoy a good roasting, then in that case go right ahead.

After learning about the popularity of the video Cherry - whose real name is Kryssie Ridolfi - created this video to shed some light on what goes on at Ed Debevic’s.


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