-The Wall Street Journal
Many servers and bartenders who have lost work amid the coronavirus outbreak are now contending with a challenging economic reality: how to make up for lost tips.
While most major cities say they’ll continue curbside pickup, some smaller municipalities are dropping the service.
Chefs and restaurateurs in London and New York talk about how the coronavirus has ravaged their industry – and what tomorrow might bring.
– The Washington Post
Sales are down 70 percent at the eatery that never seems to close, and its namesake index is red – a first involving a non-weather disaster.