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Vt. Chefs And Restaurant Owners On Navigating Pandemic Challenges

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Abagael Giles
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Restaurants across the country have had to adapt their business model during the pandemic. Today on Vermont Edition, we hear from local eateries, including The Daily Planet in Burlington, about how they are faring.

Live call-in discussion: The National Restaurant Association says more than 10,000 food businesses across the U.S. have closed in just the past three months as the COVID-19 pandemic has brought tectonic shifts to the restaurant landscape. This hour, restaurant owners and chefs in Vermont share what the future holds for their businesses.

 
Our guests are: 

  • Kate Krader, food editor at Bloomberg in New York
  • Caroline and Matt Corrente, owners of Haymaker Bun Company and The Arcadian in Middlebury
  • Neil Solis, chef and co-owner of The Daily Planet in Burlington
  • Sarah Natvig, chef and owner of Black Krim Tavern in Randolph
  • Robert Barral, chef and co-owner of Café Provence and Gourmet Provence in Brandon

 Broadcast live on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020 at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.
 
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