“I’ve laid off my staff, it’s been a nightmare, it’s been the most stressful thing I’ve had to deal with since I started my business.”
“Cooking steaks and fries is not criminal nuisance.”
The building that houses Longhorn Saloon has operated other restaurants for prior to the steakhouse moving in in 2015, but the immediate apartment building next-door, which has west-facing balconies overlooking the restaurant building, only completed construction in 2010.
“We will continue to work with them to ensure they are given the opportunity to improve the operation of their ventilation systems.”
In the meantime the 400-capacity restaurant, which was previously open six nights a week, remains closed.