What is the Yakima Valley Stealing from Restaurants?

No one is encouraging stealing, it's still breaking the law even from restaurants but it is very interesting to find out the reasons, stories, and items that are being taken from big and small places all across the country.

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A Classic

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Shot Glasses

Some Like It Extra Hot



She's Just So Fancy

Moscow Mule

Moscow Mule Cups

Side Note as a server at a local bar and grill Mary L said, "we couldn't ever hang on to those darn cups"

Something Sweet for Later

Sugar Packets

sugar packets

If It Isn't Attached to the Table It's Coming with Me

Sarah Johnson
1003 W Yakima Ave, Yakima, WA 98902 they just began opening from 6 am - 6 pm with happy hour from 3 pm - 6 pm daily

Steak Knives, ramekins, salt & pepper shakers

Literally the Whole Pie

John Riggs, Townsquare Media
John Riggs, Townsquare Media

Abby's Pizza Server

It's Precious

Sarah Johnson


My What a Big Bottle


Red Robin Seasoning

But It's the Thought That Counts Right?


"A spoon but honestly I was giving a homeless guy my leftovers so I was stealing it for him" Trinity G

For the Love of Java


A cup from I-Hop

If They Don't See It, Does It Still Count?


"In the early 70's I was a juror in Beverly Hills Court in California. On a lunch break, I was sitting next to the bailiff in a restaurant and I wanted the ashtray he looked away and I took it, still have it in 2022. He told me later that restaurants expected them to get stolen" Hazel B

When You're Not Being Very Zen


A Buddha

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