Pre-pandemic, 10% of Connecticut’s workforce was in restaurants. Since COVID-19 at least 600 of the state’s restaurants have closed and tens of thousands remain unemployed. For those still open, the road ahead is still uncertain. In PBS Newshour Weekend’s Roads to Recovery series, Christopher Booker visits three restaurants with very different stories.
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