Santa Monica restaurants looted and vandalized. Bay Cities deli not damaged

After a day of unrest in Santa Monica, the city issued a 1 p.m. curfew for businesses, forcing many already struggling restaurants to remain closed or cancel dinner.
Jenn Harris, Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • June 1, 2020
Santa Monica restaurants and other businesses were ordered to close by 1 p.m. Monday the day after looting and vandalism in the city. Restaurants along the Third Street Promenade, 4th Street and Main Street were hit Sunday during protests over the...
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