Local businesses have been majorly impacted by the pandemic, and among the hardest hit are restaurants.
Though many dining establishments have reopened, they’ve had to reduce guest capacities and, in many instances, their staff.
And some restaurants haven’t reopened at all, especially on the Strip, where visitation is still nowhere near pre-pandemic times.
The last three decades have seen tremendous growth in the local dining scene. Has that spurt reached its end? Or will Covid-19 force it to evolve?
Longtime local food writer John Curtas recently wrote on this topic for Desert Companion’s Fifth Street newsletter.
John Curtas, food writer, Eating LV; Alexandria Dazlich, director of government affairs, Nevada Restaurant Association
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