Mark Twain once said, “When ill luck begins, it does not come in sprinkles, but in showers.”
Well, for this restaurant in Colorado, bad luck is surely coming in showers. In the last ten months, The Hornet restaurant of Denver has been hit by a car thrice! Its bout of bad luck began in February when an out-of-control car had broken into it.
While the restaurant claims it is well on the way to recovery and is assuring its customers that it’s safe, it’s sure not the luckiest place for a Sunday brunch!
Here’s wishing Hornet a smoother and safer entry into the new year.
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