Siderakis owns Kellogg's Diner in Williamsburg, which has been hit hard by coronavirus limitations and requirements from the city and state.
Her comments come as more than half of New York restauranteurs have said they will likely close in the next six months if another federal relief package does not get passed, compared to 37 percent nationwide, Eater New York reported.
A survey conducted by the New York State Restaurant Association, in partnership with the National Restaurant Association, showed New York establishments are suffering more when compared to the industry nationwide, the outlet reported.
Siderakis, who is waiting for the "green light" from her lawyer also claimed that she is being required to carry out medical interventions at her restaurant which she is "not medically trained for."
“That is illegal,” she said.
Siderakis added that restaurants are being asked to take temperature checks and those in her profession are not obligated to do this due to a lack of adequate training and insurance.
The diner owner also criticized citations and violations given to restaurant owners by New York officials.
“They don't have the science or the proof or the evidence to cite their reasons for it, therefore, they can't do that,” she said.
Both Cuomo and De Blasio have warned New Yorkers in recent days to prepare for another full shutdown, possibly taking place right after Christmas.
Siderakis said she’s is hoping these lawsuits will get back her “right to earn a living.”
“I want them to pay for the emotional distress they put on me, the physical distress, the harassment that I have to go through every single day,” she said. “This is abuse and harassment in so many ways.”
Siderakis said the governor and mayor’s actions are “dangerous” and will “destroy” the middle class.
“The middle class, which is the backbone of this city, we pay their salaries,” she added. “They're where they are because of us.”
“We might forgive because we're good Christians, we're good people," she said. "We will forgive, but we will never forget.”
FOX Business’ Talia Kaplan contributed to this article.