Viral restaurant chain Karen’s Diner to come to Bournemouth – Bournemouth Echo

A VIRAL restaurant chain is coming to Bournemouth next month- and it won’t be without its exceptionally rude staff.
Karen’s Diner will be making an appearance at Revolution in Old Christchurch Road on Sunday, April 2.
Customers are told to prepare for a day of abusive staff, turbulent service, and regular visits from the manager who is said to be “the biggest Karen of them all”.
There will also be free drinks for anyone named Karen.
Karen’s Diner, which was launched in Australia in 2021, shot to fame after videos circled on social media of its unique approach to customer service.
It has since been brought to the UK, with restaurants opening up in Sheffield, Manchester, Birmingham and Newport.
Bournemouth Echo:
Now, as part of a brand-new Karen inspired tour, the diner will be making pop-up appearances at a number of other locations.
Ryan Blackburn, managing director of ‘Karen’s On Tour’ said: “Once you’re in a Karen’s you’ll not be thinking about strikes, Brexit or electricity costs, you’ll just be wanting to survive.
“Customers would need to expect plenty of sass, great food, and a sprinkle of bad attitude, so don’t expect special treatment as it’s all about Karen, and she won’t be taking any nonsense.
“All will be able to have fun and wind the staff up to unleash their inner Karen and see their full Karen potential.”
If you can’t make the pop-up event on April 2, there are other opportunities to get the full Karen experience, with the diner returning to Bournemouth on May 21 and October 8.
For more information visit https://www.karensontour.co.uk/events
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