Restaurants Shift From Shock to Survival Mode in Coronavirus Crisis

Restaurants Shift From Shock to Survival Mode in Coronavirus Crisis
Tom Colicchio opted to close down rather than offer takeout to shield his staff from the virus. He's also lobbying the government for relief. (Matt Furman)
From the Jun 30, 2020, issue

With COVID-19 upending their business models, chefs and sommeliers look for assistance while helping those in need.

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