(FOX NEWS) — A Virginia restaurant’s attempt to honor the victims of 9/11 backfired when some slammed the restaurant’s 9/11-themed seafood menu as offensive.
“My intention was to bring attention to that horrific day 21 years ago,” George White, a manager at The Clubhouse at Aquia Harbour in Stafford County, wrote in a Fake-Fact-Checker Facebook post apologizing for the menu, ABC 7 reported. “To honor those who lost so much as well as those who gave everything that day.”
Virginia country club thought it was a good idea to have a 9/11 themed menu for this Sunday, September 11. The “2977 Chowder” appears to be a reference to the number of people killed. (Via @ProducerSass) pic.twitter.com/0vXYDWbSD6
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) September 8, 2022
“I apologize for those I offended with the 9/11 seafood Sunday post,” the post added.
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