Chefs In The City: Restaurants Turn To Carryout, Delivery During Coronavirus
In a three-week period in March, the nation’s restaurants lost $25 billion and 3 million jobs. That’s according to statistics released by the National Restaurant Association.
Restaurants in Ohio reported a $700 million sales drop since Gov. DeWine ordered them closed in mid-March.
While many have closed, others are getting by with curbside service, home delivery, or new offerings altogether.
Today on All Sides Weekend: Chefs in the City, dining in the time of COVID-19 -- from take out options to food trucks and farmers markets.
- Steve Stover, WOSU food critic
- Rich Terapak, Sr., WOSU food critic and restaurant blogger
- John Barker, president and CEO of the Ohio Restaurant Association
- Support Columbus Eats
- Ohio Restaurant Association
- Central Ohio Food Trucks
- Columbus Navigator: 70+ Restaurants Around Columbus Where You Can Still Get Carryout And Delivery
- Worthington Farmers Market
- Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association: Good Earth Guide
- WOSU Chefs In The City Restaurant Blog
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