Karen’s Diner pop-up restaurant opens with “rude staff and poor service”


People who visit Karen’s Diner are encouraged to complain about the rude staff, complain about poor service, and most importantly, ask to speak to the manager.

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If you’re the type of person who enjoys making a complaint, or worse yet … asking to see the manager, then there’s a good chance you’ll love this pop-up new restaurant.

Karen’s Diner has just opened in Sydney, Australia, where rude staff and poor service are promised in an attempt to allow diners to “vent their anger” while having the pleasure of complaining.

The restaurant, which is also due to open in Melbourne and Brisbane, is a mimic of the recent emergence of the ‘Karen’ meme, which refers to middle-class white women who like to complain.

Guests are encouraged to release all their Karen



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“Karen’s is an interactive restaurant and an absurdly fun experience,” the website read.

“At Karen’s, you will be greeted and served by rude waiters who, in turn, expect you to give her full Karen.

“A place you can complain until the cows come home because we literally don’t care. Our staff are rude, our manners are nonexistent and we’re the perfect place for Karen everywhere to express his anger and dismay at the world. “

He continues: “Come on, ask for the manager … WE’LL PUT YOU ON THE SON.”

The guests dare to ask the manager …



Better yet, if your name is Karen, you can even take away free drinks, as long as you have ID as proof. We would hate to see you cast a Karen-fit to prove that your name really is Karen.

Those who are generally too polite or shy to unleash their full potential Karen are encouraged to fully immerse themselves in the theatrical experience, where you don’t have to worry about offending anyone, because literally no one gives like. ***.

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