Posted February 11, 2018 05:25:28 Sarasottas is a well-known family restaurant chain in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles County, California, and one of the most popular among the Sarasots in the United States.

It is known for the popular restaurant chain called Sarasotte’s and the restaurant’s iconic signature, the Hands Up Don’s.

The restaurant has been a fixture in Los Angeles for more than 30 years, and has a large following in the region.

The Sarasotta chain of restaurants has seen many controversies recently.

Last month, a woman posted an ad on the restaurants website featuring a picture of a woman holding a bloody shirt with the words ‘HARD DRUGS’ written on it.

The post drew the ire of Sarasotes community, who claimed that the woman was an illegal immigrant.

The Sarassot restaurant chain has also been accused of racism.

On February 7, 2018, a restaurant owner posted an image of himself in front of a Sarasoto’s restaurant with the message, “If I was a black person I’d be in jail.

Why don’t you guys kill me?”

He also posted a picture with a hand gesture, saying “Hands up don’t shoot.”

The owner also posted that he was “proud of the fact that the Sarassots have not only fought racism, but they’ve actually gotten the message.”

On February 8, the Sarastots’ Facebook page was flooded with angry comments, including a threat of violence and the use of racial slurs.

On the following day, a post on the Sarasin’s Facebook page read, “The Sarastotas are the most violent people in the world.

This is their world.”

In a subsequent post, the owner posted a photo of himself holding an AK-47 rifle, stating “this is the type of gun I want in my hands.”

He also said that Sarasoters were trying to “take away our guns and turn them into a gun in their hands.”

On March 7, Sarasotin’s Facebook group was suspended and the Facebook page has been taken down.

A Sarasote Facebook group has also since been created, but it has not been active since May 6.

The group is no longer available on the Facebook website.

The owner of the Sarasaots Facebook page also told local news outlet KABC that he plans to open up the restaurant to more people if they can help him open it up to them.

He also stated that he has a lot of work to do.

“If they don’t like it, they can just move the business to another location.

If they want to get rid of it, we can open it again.

But if they don’ want to go to another place, that’s fine too.”

A Sarasolta Restaurant Facebook page and Sarasotti’s Facebook account have been taken offline, and a post announcing the restaurant is no more has been made on the page.

The Los Angeles City Council is currently debating a resolution in support of a bill that would make it illegal to promote hate or violence against an individual based on race, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability or age.

The bill has already passed the City Council.

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