NYC Restaurant Owner: You Either Fight or You Surrender and That is It
Some New York City restaurant owners have had enough of these totalitarian lockdown orders from Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) and Mayor Bill de Blasio (D-NYC).
If New Yorkers can’t eat out inside local restaurants, why should politicians be able to?
Some establishments are considering banning the governor and mayor from ever eating at their restaurants again. This consideration came following the latest restrictions banning indoor dining on Dec. 11.
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It’s most amusing because they’re allowing outdoor dining during the coldest months of the year. I guess if you’re eating ice cream outside it’ll stay frozen, at least.
Coney Island’s famous Feltman’s hot dog brand is owned by Michael Quinn’s family, and he told Fox News the ban would give these politicians “a taste of their own medicine” by banning them from the local establishments.
In a currently brutal business landscape, restaurant owners are fed up with being told to shut up. Restaurant owners have even taken to the streets to protest the orders:
I guess Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio are going to have to eat mostly from chain restaurants. I hope they like McRibs.