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This Steakhouse Has a No-Tie Policy


(Photo: DebMomof3)

Classy restaurants often have dress codes and the Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse & Brewery in Scottsdale, Arizona is no exception. You can't get in with a necktie. If you wear a necktie inside, a restaurant employee will cut it off. And the ceiling is decorated with trophies captured from offending patrons.

According to the official history, the original owner was displeased when a business executive wore a necktie in the restaurant. He told the diner to take it off. When he refused, the owner cut it off with a butcher knife. Since then, the staff has cut over a million neckties from poorly-dressed patrons. You can see more photos of its massive collection of severed neckties at Amusing Planet.


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My church has an informal atmosphere. Few men wear ties to services. During the brief period in which I was head usher, I suggested that ushers carry a pair of scissors to cut the ties off of any men who come to Sunday services wearing one.
. . . did I mention that I was head usher for only a short time?
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