A Disastrous Winter That Never Came For Restaurants - 27 East

A Disastrous Winter That Never Came For Restaurants

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Doug Gulija, chef and owner of the Plaza Cafe in Southampton Village.

Doug Gulija, chef and owner of the Plaza Cafe in Southampton Village.

Chef Ken Rafferty of the Springs Tavern, where the owners increased kitchen staff, expanded their menu offerings and retooled the website to compensate for the increased demand for easy-access take-out dinners over the winter.

Chef Ken Rafferty of the Springs Tavern, where the owners increased kitchen staff, expanded their menu offerings and retooled the website to compensate for the increased demand for easy-access take-out dinners over the winter. Kyril Bromley

authorMichael Wright on Apr 14, 2021
A year ago, if you had told most restaurant owners that social distancing restrictions on their dining capacity would still be in effect more than 12 months later, many would... more

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