A Florida diner that posted a sign telling Biden supporters to take their business “elsewhere” was forced to temporarily close after not having enough food to meet a surge in demand.

The DeBary Diner, located in DeBary, Florida and owned by Angie Ugarte, was closed on September 2 after running out of food following a surge in demand after a sign was posted on the front door slamming Biden’s chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal and telling his supporters to take their business somewhere else, according to the West Volusia Beacon.

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A Florida restaurant owner raised eyebrows after posting a sign outside the front door telling Biden supporters to dine elsewhere, citing his recent handling of the American military withdrawal from Afghanistan. 

“If you voted for and continue to support and stand behind the worthless, inept and corrupt administration currently inhabiting the White House that is complicit in the death of our servicemen and women in Afghanistan, please take your business elsewhere,” a sign posted outside the Debary Diner in Debary, Florida said, according to Fox 35 Orlando.

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New Food Pickle PizzaEither you love pickles or you’re a fucking weirdo.Florida State Fair

Don’t get logged out of your Instagram account because at least one of these openings is thirsty to get on your timeline. Especially the pickle pizza at Florida State Fair, which opens next Thursday.

And while we’re not surprised that Cake Drip fans have driven the South Tampa bakery concept to the kind of success that leads to the opening of a new location, there’s a nice portion of other openings and food news to be consumed below. Keep up with Alexandria and Stephanie in real time via

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The future of food is here.

A restaurant in Florida has added several new high-tech workers to its roster. After struggling with staffing issues, the seafood place decided to invest in robots to help deliver food to tables and perform other important tasks.

Mr. Q Crab House in Hollywood, Fla., invested in three foodservice robots, Fox 23 reports. The electronic workers have been performing various tasks normally assigned to servers and other front-of-house workers.

The business’ owner, Joy Wang, reportedly decided to invest $30,000 in the robots because the restaurant was struggling with staffing issues.

According to the news outlet,

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