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Austin Bar Employee Fired Over Domestic Violence Sign

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Today in gross things: Austin, TX bar Minibar (no relation to the José Andrés restaurant of the same name) apparently posted a sign outside this weekend that read "I like my beer like I like my violence: domestic." According to the bar, this was the work of a rogue employee who has since been "released." A new sign has gone up in its place that offers to donate $1 from every domestic beer sold to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

Oddly enough, a similar sign went up at Houston restaurant Roots Bistro earlier this year. (It read: "Beer should be like violence: domestic.") The restaurant since apologized for that sign as well. Good joke, everybody. Not offensive at all.

· Rogue Employee Uses a Domestic Violence Joke on a Sign [Eater Austin]
· All Scandals Coverage on Eater [-E-]


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