The now-famous pizza spot paid employees as little as $5.69 an hour.
Its bikini-clad baristas were pulling in $15,000 a month.
They allegedly put healthy heads on diseased cattle to fool inspectors.
"We are going to kill all the Jews, including you."
The victim is in stable condition.
The attorney general also expects the restitution owed to wedding couples will grow to $1.8 million.
The group says failure to pay up will result in bad Yelp reviews.
"I don't think we're getting a penny back from this man."
It's not a happy ending, but it's a start.
He'll get between 40 months and ten years for his guilty plea.
Like a true chef, the robber also wore rubber gloves.
Investigators say the man and his wife made employees live in their basement.
The accused wedding-deposit thief had a welcome party for his second visit.
He didn't seem to have trouble making his $130,000 bail.
Even more local bars and restaurants have offered to help couples who planned to hold events at the venue.
The prosecutor says the pair spent four years cashing checks made out to ex-employees.
Of the $4.8 million in fines issued last year, the agency collected $1.2 million.
The attacker broke his glasses.
They should have opted for delivery.