L.A. restaurant owners fearful about new COVID-19 order

Chefs and restaurateurs react to another shutdown of in-person dining amid L.A. County's coronavirus surge. "We're holding on for dear life," one chef said. "There's no aid in sight, nothing at all."
Matt Hamilton, Jenn Harris, Garrett Snyder, Alex Wigglesworth, Gale Holland • Los Angeles Times • November 23, 2020
For Jacob Shaw and other restaurant owners in Los Angeles, the holiday season was going to be a welcome boost to business. And even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which restricted in-person dining to outdoor seating, there was hope that the next few...
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