Atlanta Falcons veteran player Grady Jarrett put on blast Buckhead restaurant because they denied him and his lady service over the dress code.
The defensive tackle player arrived at Le Bilboquet Atlanta and was turned away on Thursday.
The NFL player took to Instagram to reveal the weird moment. “The manager walks out. I believe he said his name was Chad, tells me I’m not dressed properly, and they won’t sit me n my lady.” However, he believes it was something else because other guests wore Nike sweatsuits.
“I guess the other people rocking Nike sweatsuits and t-shirts that were already seated (as you can see in the background of the picture) n enjoying dinner were no problem.”
Jarrett shared his outfit on Instagram and was wearing a Gucci suit, an Audemars Piguet Offshore watch, and a diamond tennis chain with an Ankh.
He even admitted that he ate at the restaurant a week before and had no problem saying he “had a great experience with great waiters.”
Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time Le Bilboquet has been accused of controversial behavior towards Atlanta athletes. In 2021, Dominique Wilkins said the restaurant turned him away because of his race. Though the restaurant apologized for his Wilkins experience, it said it would change its dress code policy so that it’s less subjective.