NYC Restaurant Owners Ban Cuomo from Dining


The repressive pandemic restrictions by New York City state leaders have been hurting the city’s bars and restaurants, with half of them under threat to close for good due to little cashflow.

Survey says that 9 out of 10 restaurants in the city can no longer pay the full rent. 

In a unanimous move to show their anguish, restaurant owners are now permanently banning Gov. Andrew Cuomo from eating at the food establishments. 

According to The Coney Island Blog report, the struggling restaurant owners are permanently banning dictator Cuomo from setting foot into their establishments.

Bar owner Larry Baird said that Cuomo can eat at a shitty roadside diner but would not be served anywhere in the world’s greatest dining destination, adding, the governor could pee on his street-corner just like what Cuomo wants.

Val Torre, a former Coney Island resident for a long time, said he’s finally moving to Florida. 

“It’s 70 degrees every day. My Coney Island childhood friends have all retired to Florida now! All the restaurants and bars are open, and the grannies live!” Torre exclaimed.

Several Facebook Group NYC Restaurants Open members approved the Executive Order banning the governor from serving at all the NYC establishments. 

A member commented, “Completely schizophrenic behavior! How are they coming up with these rules is beyond any logical reasoning?”

Over the last quarter, merely 1.3 percent of the coronavirus cases originated from the eateries, fueling the food chains’ outrage with Cuomo’s latest decision to ban indoor dining.