The D.D.C., Fla.
florists that have become synonymous with the city’s food scene have come under fire.
A series of recent articles and videos has revealed a growing list of D and D-list chains that have struggled to attract loyal customers and maintain profitability.
Many have taken to social media to criticize the chains.
Many of the chain’s competitors, however, are also under fire and are looking to make some changes to their businesses.
The chain’s owner, J.
Crew, is currently embroiled in a court battle with a man who accused the designer of sexually assaulting him.
But it’s not just the D.O.J. brand that has been criticized.
D.F.I.D., which was founded in 1959, is the newest restaurant to be targeted.
On Friday, the restaurant’s owners filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging that the owner, D.B. White, violated the Americans with Disabilities Act when he fired two employees.
DFID’s owners said that White made them uncomfortable and made them feel that they were not valued by their company, and that the firing was retaliation for DFIH’s failure to comply with a court order to stop discriminating against the disabled.
“The restaurant’s failure or refusal to comply and the lack of respect shown to our disabled customers was, in essence, a refusal to allow us to be an equal employer,” DFIID’s owners wrote in a lawsuit filed Friday.
White was suspended from his job last week, and the DFIW, an advocacy group that represents the disabled, said in a statement that the company is now in the process of considering a lawsuit.
The company has not yet responded to multiple requests for comment on the allegations.