Bubbalou's Bodacious Bar-B-Que, which lists three other Orlando-area restaurants on its website, shut its Winter Park location earlier in September, according to a Facebook post.
"Business has been off considerably, but the hardest part being the inability to find staff to hire," Boo McKinnon, the restaurant's owner, wrote in the post.
"We closed our Winter Park store with a whopping four employees," McKinnon said in the Facebook post. McKinnon did not say how many people she previously employed in her restaurant.
"Despite paying more than any restaurant I am aware of, no one wants to work," McKinnon said in the post, without saying how much she paid staff.
In July, Insider's Ben Gilbert reported that the phrase "nobody wants to work anymore" had become a scapegoat for every problem plaguing the American labor market.
When contacted by Insider, McKinnon wouldn't say exactly how much staff were paid, but said hourly employers were paid "in double digits." Winter Park managers were paid at the level of "high end" restaurants or better, she said.