The sense of dining out at a restaurant can make these anything-but-normal times feel a bit normal. Do you do it?
Question of the Week: In an extremely complicated time it seems like any sense of normalcy is welcome. Restaurants and just the act of going out to eat with family and friends, as trivial as it may seem, is a way for us to feel normal. So, we’re wondering this week what you do.
Do you go to restaurants during the Coronavirus pandemic? Or not?
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