A West Village restaurant is being sued for canceling a couple's rehearsal dinner and wedding reception, allegedly because the couple was gay. A gay wedding reception in the Village—why if homosexuals are allowed to do that, next they'll want to open neighborhood bars that welcome gay customers every day!

Barrett Greene, 50, and Thomas Eng, 38 had put a $750 deposit down on the party room for Asian fusion restaurant Amber Village, which was then located at Sixth Ave and 10th St., in March for their June 9 rehearsal dinner, and booked them to cater the June 10 wedding as well, according to court documents. But when Amber Village's senior manager Fong Lin found out about the arrangement, he allegedly told restaurant manager Tommy Ho to cancel the event, and fired him for making the booking. "Fong was visibly angry and told Ho that he didn't want any 'gay parties' at Amber Village," court documents say. "Fong instructed Ho to 'make an excuse' and tell Greene that his rehearsal dinner could not take place at Amber Village and that his wedding could not be catered by them, either."

And why, according to the suit, was Lin so against these so-called "gay parties"? "Fong told Ho that it's 'very bad' for Amber Village to book 'gay parties' and that big groups of 'gay partyers' are especially bad for feng shui," court documents said, a principal of the ancient home decoration art we apparently missed while rearranging our IKEA living room set last year.

Greene and Eng's suit is seeking unspecified punitive damages on the grounds of discrimination, and says the couple never received a refund on their original deposit. The company's owner, Qi Yeng Lin, was not reached for comment, though court documents allegedly name Fong Lin as Lin's son. Fong Lin told the Post that the cancellation was because the restaurant was moving locations in June, and Ho was not supposed to accept any bookings.

Meanwhile, Bo Lee, the manager of Amber Village's new location on decidedly less-gay Christopher St., told the Daily News that he didn't think the restaurant would have a problem with a gay marriage reception. "This is the West Village. We don't turn away anyone," he told the Daily News. "We have gay managers." Luckily, Greene and Eng were able to secure Midtown Loft and Terrace for their reception, and Amber Village's Sixth Ave location, unspared by their devotion to pitch-perfect feng shui, closed in June.