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During the pandemic, the fate of restaurants often appeared to be in the hands of policy makers, who set the percentages of capacity and the rules for eating indoors at the press conference tables. But in reality, you are navigating these guidelines – making a million other small but crucial decisions about everything from Wear mask too per menu – fell on the shoulders of restaurant owners. And as the country opens up thanks to vaccines, the question is how completely Reopening puts a heavy burden on anyone who runs a restaurant.
On Tuesday, April 20, at 1 p.m. ETThree US restaurant owners openly discuss the various approaches to reopening, particularly indoor dining, and the challenges they face. Join Tiffany Derry of Roots Chicken Shak in Dallas and Austin, Boston’s Mida chef and owner Douglass Williams, and Michael Schall, owner of Locanda Vini e Olii in Brooklyn, for a chat hosted by Eater Editor-in-Chief Amanda Kludt, is moderated.
The panel and Q + A take place via zoom. Register below to secure your seat, receive a zoom link in advance of the event, and add the event to your calendar.