So when we checked into the hotel it was rather late, so not many options to get something to get a quick bite. But one member in our group is a diabetic and want feeling well at dinner time so didn't eat much, but started to feel better and wanted and needed to eat. We didn't want to go to a sit down restaurant cause no one else in the group was hungry. So they went across to gran MacDonald's but had to come back cause only the drive through was open. So we got in the car and drove through, to then find out the drove through closed two minutes before hand. Even though the teens were just told they'd have to dip the drive thru in order to get food and we pulled up in matter of 5 minutes. Then I pulled up to the window to ask if they could recommend somewhere still open near by since we don't know the area and are in from out of town. The manager was near by the window but refused to come to it, just yelled that they were closed. I knocked on the window and asked if he could give us some advise on where we could get food. The only response wad he'd call the police if we didn't leave. The following evening one of the kids didn't want what the rest of us got for dinner, we told them they could grab food to go on the way back to the hotel and eat it in the room. So we pulled in and his mom and him went inside while the rest of us waited in the car. 30 min later I went in to see what going on, thought may be there was a mix up in communication and he was sitting down took eat or they went out three other exit thinking we'd meet them back at the hotel since only across the street and through the parking lot walk. However they were still inside waiting in line to receive there food, they had midday ordered it 5 minutes before hand and weren't sure how look n it'd take to be ready. So we decided rather then keep making everyone else continue to wait in the car they'd meet us back at the hotel. The restaurant wasn't that busy, just really bad management and slow staff, they formally got back 25 minutes after we finished unloading the car from our day of shopping.