How an L.A. restaurant served brunch with coronavirus rules

Faith & Flower in downtown Los Angeles reopened its dining room with new coronavirus safety protocols in place, including face masks and shields and landing zone areas.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • June 8, 2020
“Landing zone” might sound more at home on an Air Force base, but at Faith & Flower restaurant in downtown L.A., there are now 17 of them. On Saturday morning, about 90 minutes before the restaurant planned to reopen its doors for the first time...
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