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Tony Parker Denied Service At Memphis Restaurant Iris

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Saturday, May 25th, 2013
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The San Antonio Spurs are in Memphis with a 2-0 series lead and all the momentum in their series with the Memphis Grizzlies.

Spurs star point guard Tony Parker wanted a bite to eat, and headed to the Restaurant Iris,which is run by acclaimed chef Kelly English.

Parker is an all NBA point, a food connoisseur and now he can relate to the many people who haven’t been able to get into a restaurant after being turned away from Iris according to the Big Lead.

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Head chef Kelly English then tried to justify why Parker was turned away from a restaurant in the rival city, and then tried to explain to the world that it wasn’t done on purpose.

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Iris coincidently doesn’t have any tables available for Parker until after the series returns back to San Antonio.

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The restaurant seeing that a storm was brewing, released a statement on the treatment given to Parker.

At Restaurant Iris we pride ourselves on the service we provide to our guests. From the moment you make a reservation, to when you walk out of our door, it’s our job to ensure you experience both incredible food and service.

That experience begins with a reservation. Due to the size of our restaurant, there is currently a two week delay for a weekend reservation. We would not cancel a reservation that a guest made-and waited two weeks for- in order to make room for someone else without a reservation- celebrity or not. We respect our guests and their time, and appreciate their choice to dine with us.

 

 

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