Chef Edward Lee turned his restaurant 610 Magnolia into a relief center for laid-off hospitality workers and organized similar efforts across the country. Here's what keeps him going. FWPro
. Through his charity, The LEE Initiative, he's set up mentorship and education programs for women and young people interested in the culinary arts. Now as the coronavirus pandemic shutters restaurants across the country, with the help of Maker's Mark, Lee quickly pivoted to turn his restaurant
—and restaurants across the country—into relief centers for laid-off hospitality workers. Running on very little sleep, Lee spoke withFood & Winesenior editor Kat Kinsman about what the Restaurant Workers Relief Program looks like on the ground, and his hope for the future of restaurants.
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