L.A. restaurants rush to reopen amid COVID-19

With survival at stake, L.A. restaurants rush to reopen, pray the roller coaster ride is over
Lila Seidman, Luke Money, Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 26, 2021
Few people came to symbolize the frustration, fear and anger of restaurant owners to the ban on outdoor dining than Angela Marsden, owner of Pineapple Hill Saloon & Grill in Sherman Oaks. When Los Angeles County imposed the rules in the wake of a...
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