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L.A. restaurants and the unprecedented state of things

Restaurants need emergency relief funds to make it through the coronavirus crisis
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 21, 2020
Josef Centeno is one of the chefs I admire most in Los Angeles. The owner of four restaurants — Bäco Mercat, Orsa & Winston and Bar Amá downtown, and Amacita in Culver City — he’s the kind of leader I’d nominate for a chef of the year award. On...
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