BREAKING NEWS – Richmond, Virginia – Victoria Cobb, president of the non-profit Christian lobbying organization Family Foundation of Virginia, told Fox News Digital that several members of her group were scheduled to hold a private event at a side room at Metzger Bar and Butchery, when they received a call an hour and a half before the reservation saying their reservation had been canceled.

The reason given for the cancelation, according to Cobb, was that a member of the staff at the restaurant had looked up the organization’s website, which states that the group advocates “for policies based on Biblical principles that enable families to flourish at the state and local level”, prompting the wait staff to refuse to serve the group.

The German-style restaurant is co-owned by TV chef Brittanny Anderson, known for stints on “Top Chef” and “Chopped.” She said that she prefers Christians did not come there, because praying over a meal suggests that they feel the food isn’t good enough, and it needs flavoring through divine intervention. She then added that due to her business being a German-style restaurant, they do not want customers that praises Jews, especially if that Jew is Jesus.