If I could give zero stars, I would. I went to Sweet Vicious for a friend's birthday party. Bouncer checked my pocketbook before going in and all was fine. After being in the bar for a little while, I stepped outside to make a phone call. When I came back, another bouncer was at the door. He checked my pocketbook and would not let me in due to a prescription bottle in my pocketbook. I explained to him that it was prescribed by a doctor, in the actual medicine bottle, with my name clearly on the bottle. He said I was a liability due to having medication in my pocketbook and refused to let me back in. I could not even go back in to pay my tab. They brought the tab out to me to sign on the sidewalk. When I mentioned that the other bouncer had no problem with me coming in an hour ago, he said that apparently the other bouncer was not doing his job correctly. I feel very discriminated against and was embarrassed by the whole situation. How many people have ever been denied entrance in to somewhere because they have a legal prescription bottle in their pocketbook. I could not even go back in to tell the group I was leaving due to Sweet and Vicious discriminating against people who take medication. I will be looking into this practice to see if it is considered discrimination and if so, I will be contacting a lawyer.
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