NYC restaurant owners to permanently BAN Gov. Andrew Cuomo from dining in their establishments

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Photo courtesy of the Coney Island Blog

A group of New York City restaurant owners joined forces to permanently ban Gov. Andrew Cuomo from dining in their establishments in response to his disastrous lockdown policies which have largely gutted New York City’s restaurant industry.

News of the city-wide ban first emerged on the Coney Island Blog.

“He can eat at some sh—- roadside diner outside of Albany but he will not be served anywhere in New York City, known universally as the world’s greatest dining destination! If he has to use the restroom he can go pee on my street-corner,” said bar owner Larry Baird.

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Another lifelong Coney Island resident named Val Torre has said he will be moving to Florida, saying “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!”

More comments emerged from the Facebook Group NYC Restaurants Open where Cuomo was blasted for his policy proscriptions. As one Manhattan resident relates,  “He can dine at Gracie Mansion if he wants hospitality in Manhattan. He ain’t getting it here!”