We asked to be seated on the patio at Hillstone's, and the Maitre'D seated us, and a waitress came for our drink order, Then GB, assistant manager, and MW, Security Guard, said we weren't welcome at the restaurant. We were three gay men and one had a cut off shirt at the sleeves and that was ""not allowed"" despite no apparent dress code posted anywhere at the restaurant. We left and took pictures of the women in sleeveless ensembles to foster our harassment claim. Security Guard, MW, came onto public property at Faneuil Hall and physically confiscated my cell phone, despite my protestations. We reclaimed the cell phone and left. MW trailed us to another street, scared off all taxis with his ""badge"" and called the Boston police. We asked to see his badge and he refused. We waited for over an hour - his hostages - until finally a Boston Police officer came. She told us that Security Officer, MW, had no right to confiscate our phones and also did not have the right to scare off the taxis. After 2 minutes of discussion, the Boston Police Officer said that, ""Hillstone obviously doesn't like you, so stay away from them."" Hillstone and their staff treated us to the rudest and most obnoxious behavior we have ever experienced by anyone, anywhere!