How Ohio Restaurants Can Survive The Pandemic
The restaurant industry has been battered by the pandemic. Three out of five Ohio restaurants surveyed said they are at risk of closing permanently without additional government aid.
The new stimulus bill could provide a lifeline, but many in the industry are worried it will be too little too late.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we take a look at how Ohio restaurants are surviving the pandemic.
- John Mariani, Forbes contributor, author of Mariani’s Virtual Gourmet Newsletter and America Eats Out: A History of Restaurants in the U.S.
- John Barker, president, Ohio Restaurant Association
- Bob Szuter, co-owner, Wolf's Ridge Brewing
- Steve Stover, WOSU food critic
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