Protesters have crashed the grand opening of a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Toronto on Friday and shamed customers who are purchasing food from the new store.
“Shame, shame, shame,” one protester yelled at a customer leaving the store this morning.
“Chick-fil-A has given millions of dollars to anti-LGBTQ2S organizations, including known hate groups and proponents of conversion therapy, and continues to do so every year,” The 519 said.
HOUSTON — Police say a man pulled a gun at a Popeyes restaurant in Houston after being told the restaurant was out of chicken sandwiches. Houston police Lt. Larry Crows on says officers were called to the restaurant Monday night after a group of people tried to order a chicken sandwich.
Crowson says, “When the manager told them they were out, one of the males became upset and pulled a pistol and demanded a chicken sandwich. The manager again informed them they were out of sandwiches.”
BASTROP, Texas — A video posted Sunday appears to show a mouse jumping into a deep fryer at a Bastrop, Texas, Whataburger restaurant.
Since it was posted just before 1 a.m. on Sunday, it has been shared more than 44,000 times by Facebook users.
According to the poster, Brushawn Lewis, he spotted the mouse himself at the Bastrop fast food joint. The Facebook page for that location, 401 TX 71, provided the following statement in the comments of his post:
SEATTLE – Beth’s Cafe in Seattle said a man who was asked to leave the restaurant early Sunday hurled a “no parking” street sign through the diner’s window – sending glass flying inside as people were eating.
The 24-hour restaurant near Green Lake shared surveillance video with KIRO 7 in hopes of someone identifying the man who is seen on video quickly leaving in a car driven by someone else as people ran out of the restaurant.
BALTIMORE ( Hoodline ) — Got a hankering for sandwiches? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top sandwich outlets in Baltimore, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fulfill your urges. 1. Soup’s On Photo: A.C./ Yelp Topping the list is Soup’s On .
Here are the Top 12 Japanese restaurants in the Houston area, according to Good Taste. Listed in alphabetical order: Akashi Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar 25760 Kuykendahl Rd. Tomball, Texas 281-651-5151 Japanese and Chinese come together in harmony at this Creekside hot spot in Tomball.
Source: Top 12 Japanese spots in Houston