I am one of the waitresses, who worked lasyflash's grandfather's 90th B'day party and I would like to comment. First off thank you for saying the waitstaff was nice. Second I believe things just got out of hand that day. To start the other waitress I was working with that day, had delivered a pitcher to one of the tables, to someone of age. She noticed a young man drinking and asked him for his ID, he didn't have one so she told him he could not drink. The people around the table told her he was 21 but without ID we couldn't serve him. She asked him for the glass in front of him, which had beer in it, and he ignored her. She asked again and the same results. Not sure what to do she came to me and asked me to try and get the glass because he was without ID, and she didn't know how to handle it. Before I could get to the room our boss asked us what the problem was. We proceeded to tell him what happened and he went to the room to confront the situation. I""m not sure exactly what happened, but he did get the young mans glass. If words were exchanged I wasn't aware of it, but if the young man had given his glass to my fellow waitress when she asked, nothing would of happened. Unfortunatly sometimes when people have a private room they think they can drink because we as waitstaff are not always in the room. Even though they do have a private room, the law still requires us to ID anyone we think is too young to drink. I am sorry this young persons visit with us was not a good one, but by the time the party was over, it seemed to me that everyone was happy.