For more than 40 days starting in March, restaurant dining rooms in San Antonio sat empty as COVID-19 forced closures at the start of the pandemic. So when Aldo’s Ristorante Italiano and hundreds of other restaurants opened their dining rooms at 25% capacity on May 1, it wasn’t just dinner; it was deliverance – albeit on the razor’s edge of uncertainty.
Through takeout, curbside, delivery and slow in-person dining, restaurants have kept the faith. And through them, we found comfort and comfort food.
- Innovative! This Madurai restaurant prepares parottas “masks” to raise awareness of COVID-19
- The dishes in the restaurant of the Catullo hotel are delightful, as is the price
- Chef à table: restaurant dishes from the cook to the table
- PizzaExpress announces DIY kits to make favorite restaurant dishes at home