I think I may have predicted this.  Perhaps here?

From Press & Sun-Bulletin


A natural foods restaurant seems like an unlikely place for ground zero in the increasingly bitter battle over a rising state minimum wage.Despite a common perception as a haven for progressive thought, the owner of this South Side Binghamton purveyor of homemade pesto sauces along with his daily offerings tempura and other wholesome dishes is steamed by the minimum wage hike.As Eliot Fiks and Whole in the Wall Foods co-owner Stacey Gould examine their expenses and revenues, they have but one choice in the face of rising personnel costs: reduce hours, cutting a day from from their four-day a week schedule.They’re not alone. Others across the state are telling stories of how they will be extra cautious in adding staff as the minimum wage has only just begun its slow creep upward. Not only will customers have one less day available to eat or shop at some businesses, they could potentially notice deteriorating service because of a lack of staffing.

I suggest reading the full article.