Today my mom and I stopped for a bite to eat at Valley Forge Pizza, one of our favorite restaurants. We were surprised that the food was not very good.
In the past we have always noticed that the owner (the older one) was not very kind to his employees and never really seemed to appreciate the business we gave him. We figured he was busy and let it go. Oh well!
Today--Their delivery truck was backing up next to the new porch they put on. He was being so careful and going so slow. He accidentally hit a small section of the awning and ripped the fabric. He pulled up and got right out to get the owner to let him know what had happened.
I have NEVER seen an adult be so nasty to another adult over something that can be fixed. The owner stood there and yelled at the driver as loud as he could. The driver looked humiliated. It was an accident and the way he treated that truck driver was unacceptable. It made us feel awful. We immediately stopped eating, got our check, paid and left.
Before we got in the car, I decided to let the owner that he lost us as customers. He didn't care. The truck driver quietly thanked us for sticking up for him. You could tell he was sorry and very upset.
I just wanted to let the public know how he treats his customers and vendors. Doesn't sound like the typical awesome, friendly, outstanding business owners that Phoenixville is proud of.
Hey, accidents happen...that's why they are called accidents!
I know I won't support Valley Forge Pizza anymore!