A friend told me she had eaten at Bandera in Brentwood which isn’t far from me.
I looked them up on the net and found that they’re one of the restaurants of the Hillstone Group.
I was also immediately turned off and doubt that I’ll visit even though these rules to eat by wouldn’t pertain to me.
Are they trying to appear something they want to be? I do understand some of them and agree but… Really?
[h1]Dining Guidelines & Dress Code[/h1][h2]Dress Code[/h2][*]To enhance the experience of all our guests, we ask that you respect our dress code:[*]We suggest collared shirts for gentlemen. We consider tank tops, overly provocative clothing, boldly logoed athletic attire, and flip-flops too informal for the dining experience we provide. We do not allow hats to be worn in the dining room.[/ul][h2]Dining Guidelines[/h2][*]Our dining rooms are designed for smaller parties up to 4 and generally have very few tables that seat 5-6. Parties larger than 6 may not be able to be accommodated.[*]We don t recommend our restaurants for young children and request you bring your own child seat if you require one.[*]While we consider special requests, modifications cannot always be honored as they can impact the flow of our kitchen and the integrity of many dishes.[*]Please notify us of any allergies. We are very concerned for your well-being and not all ingredients are listed on the menu.[*]We request any cell phone conversations be taken to the lobby or outside.[*]Out of consideration for other guests who are waiting, we may ask to accommodate your party at the bar if a significant amount of time has passed. We typically will never make this request short of 90 minutes after you are seated.[/ul]