By Ashe Schow
A black woman was asked to adhere to a Georgetown restaurant’s 90-minute seating policy and subsequently claimed racism, even comparing herself to Civil Rights icon Rosa Parks.
The Federalist reported that Kristi Riggs was with some guests at Martin’s Tavern in Washington, D.C., when she was asked to comply with the restaurant’s 90-minute seating policy designed to allow more people to eat at the establishment given the District’s COVID-19 policies that still require restaurants to operate at 25% capacity.
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