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A food critic and a restaurant face the pandemic over pastries

A critic and a restaurant face the pandemic over pastries (while maintaining distance).
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 17, 2020
On Monday morning République, the all-day restaurant in Hancock Park, announced on Instagram it would be open to serve pastries and coffee from its takeout window. Later in the week its survival strategy would come to include pastas and rotisserie...
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