When the COVID-19 pandemic struck Boston last March, restaurants and shops were forced to shutter their doors temporarily. Now, eight months into the pandemic, many have been forced to close permanently. In Boston alone, more than 70 restaurants are gone and that number is expected to climb sharply as the cold-weather months make outdoor dining impossible and mandatory 9:30 pm closings curtail business even further.
We interviewed the managers or owners of four restaurants and businesses on or near campus—Cornwall’s Pub in Kenmore Square, and Landry’s Bicycles, video game café Balance Patch, and T. Anthony’s Pizzeria—all located in west campus—and asked them to talk about how they’ve had to adapt in the face of the ongoing pandemic. Take a look.
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