The restaurant chain, Riversdale, is owned by a private equity firm.
The restaurant is known for its steakhouse.
Riversdale’s Twitter and Instagram accounts were hacked in November.
The social media account @RiversdaleSteakhouse was also hacked.
The account was taken down and replaced with a new one.
The new account is now back online.
The company has yet to respond to a request for comment.
The owner of Riversdale Steakhouse, Roberta Stetson, told the New York Post that she didn’t know why the account was hacked.
The post did not contain any further information about the restaurant.
Stetson told the Post that her account was temporarily locked to prevent the “destruction” of the company’s reputation.
The post also stated that she had “no involvement” with the company.
The tweet in question comes from the account of Riversdales SteakHouse.
It has the same avatar as the Instagram account @roccassteakhouse.
The Twitter account was created in October.
Stemson told ABC News that the company had not received a ransom demand, adding that they were “in the process of closing” the account.
The company has not been able to reopen since November.
Stetons husband, Brian Stetsons, told ABC affiliate WCBS that his wife’s account was “shut down” and “not reinstated.”
The restaurant was one of many that was hacked in the wake of the December 2016 election.
In February 2017, a video showing Donald Trump speaking about the election leaked onto the Internet.
Trump said that the election was “rigged” and that the Democrats were “dishonest.”
The account @Trump2016, which had more than 300 followers, had been hacked on February 12, 2017.
It had the same avatars and profile picture as the @TrumpInstagram account.
The Trump campaign denied responsibility for the hack.