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...Wait, what?
The sushi place has a new sign on their door that says, "Due to recent weather conditions, lunch will not be served until further notice." Little lost as to what's up with that, 'cause, um, typhoons, maybe, but why would that specifically affect lunch...?
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atlanticat From: atlanticat Date: July 24th, 2008 01:52 pm (UTC) (permalink this entry)
They may be cutting back on their service in general due to a shortage of quality fish. If dinner is where they make the most money, and they'll run out of ingredients half-way through because of the lunch crowd, wouldn't it make sense to stop serving lunch and stick with the bigger dinner money-maker?
rennie_frog From: rennie_frog Date: July 24th, 2008 03:53 pm (UTC) (permalink this entry)
Keeping the place cool enough for the lunch crowd might be a problem.

In New England, there's been issues with fishing. The weather conditions caused something to infect the shellfish. Something like that with the sushi fish? Shortages?

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