Turkey Leg Hut - a popular Houston casual dining restaurant - is enforcing a new dress code policy, the company announced Friday.
The Third Ward restaurant said the guidelines are necessary to ensure "all customers and staff are dressed appropriately". Owner Nakia Price said that they have received complaints from customers regarding’ other guests’ wardrobe choices.
“Unfortunately, due to the attire of some guests, we were forced to put this new policy in place as we remain committed to ensuring all guests are comfortable while visiting us,” Turkey Leg Hut wrote on Instagram Friday. “We are not a club. We are a family-friendly restaurant and will continue to maintain our standards as we welcome everyone to the Turkey Leg Hut.”
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According to the policy posted on Instagram, customers are not allowed to wear excessively revealing clothing, no obscene language or baggy clothing, no house attire such as wave caps, du-rags and house shoes, no exposed underwear garments and no swimsuit attire.Here is the exact details of the new dress code:
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