So people don't love you on Yelp. In fact, they hate you. For any number of reasons... Edwin D. was incredulous about having to wait for a table at your incredibly popular ramen spot at 7 pm on a Friday night. Linda G. thought your Brazilian steakhouse should have warned her there were no vegan options. Chad W. thought your banh mi didn't stack up to the "real" Vietnamese food he had on his 3-month Asian sabbatical, which he definitely also described in excruciating detail. And Beth P. thought the food, service and atmosphere were great, but was furious that your restaurant didn't allow smoking, in accordance with California state law since 1995.
We say: So. What. Lean in to those asinine reviews with our "Zero Stars on Yelp" tee. Technically it's impossible, since you can't receive a zero-star rating (much to the annoyance of our aforementioned reviewers). But like they say, reach for the stars! Or in this case, don't.