No shirt, no shoes, some skunk, no service? Detroit restaurateur turns up his nose at dank stank

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A Detroit restaurant owner has been channelling his inner ‘Ron Burgundy’ of Anchorman fame, beseeching patrons to “stay classy” by wearing appropriate clothing and not reeking of weed when they come in for a meal. “Seriously people, hoodies and jerseys are not business attire. Neither are ball caps and sneakers,” George Sboukis, owner of Caucus Club, posted on Facebook last week . “Business casual is the minimum dress code that should be adhered to while dining at the Caucus Club,” noted the post, reiterating a point made clear during an earlier post announcing the reopening of the restaurant on Feb. 1, 2021. Flora or fauna? Skunky smell from skunk, not weed A former server claims this upscale restaurant used to let NBA players smoke weed after hours Would skunk trump funk? 471 pounds of weed found in hockey bags But attire that has become laxer during COVID-19 wasn’t the only thing getting Sboukis hot under the collar. “Most importantly, if you smell like marijuana don’t even think of stepping inside the Caucus Club,” Sboukis wrote last week. Again, that proviso had been mentioned in the earlier post on the dress/smell code, albeit considerably more politely. “Please be mindful that strong ‘odors’ are unacceptable. Thank You,” it had stated. “The smell of cannabis, and it’s very rare, it’s probably once a week, but somebody will come in and either on their person or maybe they partook in some… it’s so pungent that it can clear a room,” said Sboukis, reports WXYZ . According to Detroit Free Press , Sboukis recounted a time when he was called out of the kitchen to walk by one such table of patrons in question. “It’s a cloud of stench that encompasses the entire dining room,” he told the paper. “It was a large marijuana smell…

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