By The Associated Press writer David A. G. JohnsonAssociated PressWEST PALM BEACH, Fla.
(AP) It’s a week later and still no sign of the blue-and-yellow-clad, red-headed waitress who had been spotted on the sidewalk outside the restaurant where Red Wine Café was last seen.
But that hasn’t stopped her from posting a photo of her new Red Wine Cafe on social media.
It’s not uncommon for a diner to return to their dining table a few days later with a new plate of food, as the waiters prepare to bring it back for a new order.
Red Wine Café in West Palm Beach, Florida, has a Facebook page that shows photos of the restaurant with customers eating the food they ordered.
The cafe’s Instagram page shows a woman with a red-and white striped sweater, red lipstick and red lipstick cream, wearing a pink wig and holding a red wine glass.
Red wine glasses and other drinks are displayed next to a menu of food items.
The restaurant’s Instagram feed shows an empty table for customers to sit down.
Red-headed Redwine waitress Red Wine has her own page.
Red Wine was closed Wednesday.