On the internet you see some pretty strange things. However, we weren’t expecting this. Sweet Dixie Kitchen in California recently got called out by a man named Tyler on Yelp, where the restaurant had some pretty favorable reviews. Tyler wrote that the chicken Sweet Dixie Kitchen was selling actually came from Popeyes.
However, instead of backing down, the owner, Kimberly Sanchez, offered a very bizarre explanation. She replied that they “Proudly serve Popeyes spicy tenders.”
After naming other places they borrow food from, Sanchez appeared to try and pass it off as part of a collaboration with local businesses. She even threw in some snark, something that seemed to be consistent with several of Sanchez’s previous Yelp responses, saying, “Whatever to you and your little review like it was some great exposure – and whatever to you dude.”
However, we do feel for the restaurant as it seems as though they’ve been hacked, also, they could potentially get sued by Popeyes so their good days may be far behind them.