Hurricane Irma caused a mess across Central Florida. If you were lucky, you experienced only a lot of debris to pick up from your yard, and you were especially fortunate if you counted your time without power in hours instead of days.
It was worse for some, including several area restaurants, which are still struggling to get things back to normal.
There has been at least one closing attributed at least in part to the storm. As reported here last week, Conway Cafe, the greasy-spoon diner on Hoffner Avenue in Orlando, lost power, then its air-conditioning system. The loss of food and business added to an existing debt proved too much and the owner, Lenny Mosse, decided to throw in the towel.