A Bahama Breeze manager has been fired after the restaurant in Orange Village called police over a bill dispute with a group of mostly black women who said they were racially profiled.
Several people said they were accused of not paying their bills.
They said the accusations came before the bill even arrived, and they consider it racial profiling.
Darden Restaurants owns Bahama Breeze and the organization has released a statement about the incident:
We clearly fell short of delivering great service to our guests. The manager involved no longer works for us because they mistreated a guest, which is inconsistent with our values. We have spoken with several members of the party to personally apologize and invite them back in order to provide an exceptional Bahama Breeze experience.