Restaurant owners are putting up a brave front. Scroll through Instagram and Facebook and you’ll see makeshift patios, picnic tables in parking lots, masked smiles and announcements of altered menus and hours. Behind the poker faces are fears and uncertainty, for their businesses, their empl…
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