The restaurant was closed for a while after customers abused staff.

The owner of the West Bend restaurant said the misconduct of customers forced him to close. The restaurant is struggling with the staff. The four women tried to keep up on Tuesday as the line grew. “We don’t have a dishwasher. It’s going to be hard to find staff after the illness.” “Cookies, business services, they’re all forced to go and find something else. to do, “Lehnerz said. Exhausted by unscrupulous customers, he closed his restaurant and put up a sign on the door.” What was done? Hillary Mintz of WISN 12. “The fact that they get arrested. Just a little jokes, insults, it upsets them,” Lehnerz said. “He didn’t think about losing money. Those workers,” said John Bass, a regular customer. Lehnerz said since the signing and closing in the morning, there has been a lot of support. Buyers came out on Tuesday to express their willingness to help him out. “I knew they were all working hard. We just wanted to support him when we saw the message,” said Rick Neuman, of the Washington County Restaurant Group. “I really hope to help people understand that not only are we there, but everything is going well,” one nurse said. “I want to cry. It’s more than humiliation, it’s a tragedy. I have to pay rent. I can’t just close my doors, but at the same time, I think it’s important. really, ”Lehnerz said. Skinny Vic’s hires for all levels.

The owner of the West Bend restaurant said the misconduct of customers forced him to close.

The restaurant is struggling with the staff.

“Every day is crazy. Maybe it’s because we’re too short,” said Skinny Vic’s diner and Coffee Shop owner Vicki Lehnerz.

Four women tried to keep up on Tuesday as the line grew.

“We don’t have a dishwasher. I don’t have a busser. I don’t have a host,” Lehnerz said.

The chef said it is always difficult to find post-pandemic staff.

“The costs, the staff, they were all forced to find something else to do,” Lehnerz said.

On Sunday, he said he had lost his temper. Tired of bad customers, he closed his restaurant and put up a sign on the door.

“What happened? How did it get so bad?” Hillary Mintz of WISN 12 asked.

“The fact is they’re going to be arrested. Just a little snide, insults, they’re broken,” Lehnerz said.

“He didn’t care about losing money. He cared about those employees,” said John Bass, a regular customer.

Lehnerz said since the signing and closing in the morning, there has been a lot of support.

Customers came in on Tuesday to express their willingness to help him.

“I know they’re all working hard. We just wanted to support him when we saw the message,” said Rick Neuman, of the Washington County Restaurant Group.

“I really hope to help people understand that not only are we there, but everything is going well,” one nurse said.

“I want to cry. It’s more than insulting, it’s a disaster. I have to pay rent. I can’t just close my doors, but at the same time, I think it’s something it’s too much, ”Lehnerz said.

Skinny Vic’s hires for all levels.

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