It is the closing of a restaurant in downtown Seattle.
The owners of the popular Waffle Houses Wafflehouse and WaffleHouse in Seattle, Wash., announced on Thursday that they are closing their businesses.
The announcement came in the wake of an investigation by the Washington State Attorney General’s office, which found that the restaurant had violated state laws prohibiting restaurants from discriminating against customers based on race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, gender nonconforming identity, age, or military status.
Seattle-based Waffle and Waffles has been around for about 30 years.
The investigation found that when Waffle was established in 2006, it did not comply with state law.
In fact, in 2011, it was fined $1.7 million by the state for violations of its food and beverage licenses.
The Waffle house was first opened in 1997 in downtown Olympia, and has been a staple of Seattle’s dining scene ever since.
It’s been open for the past 10 years, and it has served the city for more than 150 years.
Waffle House is one of the last restaurants in the country to be shut down due to legal action.
It was reopened in 2017 and is currently operating at the new Waffle Eatery.