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A Maine restaurant is cutting opening hours because it can’t get enough ingredients to serve diners. It says it’s ordering 8-ounce burgers and receiving 2-ounce patties.

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The owner of Brady’s Restaurant in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, says supply shortages have forced it to cut its opening hours.

“Our food supply chains have gotten real sketchy,” owner Jennie Mitchell told Insider.

The restaurant now closes an hour early every day, and closes completely for an extra day each week, too, The Boothbay Register first reported.

Mitchell said that the US labor shortage hadn’t directly hit the restaurant — most of its staff had been there for years — but that it had disrupted supply chains, causing a “ripple effect.”

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