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Restaurants Plan for Post-Covid Renewal: Smaller Menus, Merch Stores, Healthcare for Workers

The pandemic provided a window of experimentation. Here’s what chefs, restaurateurs and industry experts think will stick.

5/6/2021 10:00:00 PM

The pandemic provided a window of experimentation for restaurants. When it's over, what will dining out look like? Here’s what chefs, restaurateurs and industry experts think will stick.

The pandemic provided a window of experimentation. Here’s what chefs, restaurateurs and industry experts think will stick.

as health monitors.The pandemic has taxed restaurant workers, who are asked to provide service but haven’t received enough of it themselves, says Brandon Jew, chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s in San Francisco. “We all want hospitality,” he says. Nationally, chains and independent eateries alike

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have struggled to hire back staffwho are opting instead to stay on unemployment or work in other industries.For many restaurant owners, pandemic-related labor shortages laid bare what was no longer working in an industry defined by its unrelenting work culture, and provided a window for experimentation. Many restaurants

reopened post-lockdownwith permanently revised pay structures and operations, as well as new standards to address burnout.“This is the very best time to rebuild a restaurant,” says Mark Canlis, co-owner of Canlis in Seattle, who compares the pandemic to a hurricane. If one room of a house is already in poor shape, “you’re not going to build that room back the same way if a hurricane has devastated your house,” he says. headtopics.com

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We no longer plan to spend our money in these establishments, thank you! Continuing labor force shortages may mean streamlined operations and perhaps a different level of service.

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