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Sandy-Affected Restaurant Workers: Eater Wants to Talk

An employee at East Village Pizza slicing pies during the blackout.
An employee at East Village Pizza slicing pies during the blackout.
flickr/Dan Nguyen @ New York City

Close to three months after Hurricane Sandy, the New York dining community continues to work towards recovery?with many restaurants completely back to normal, others up and running but still hurting from the lost business or insurance issues, and many others still closed. As this process continues, Eater is checking in with restaurant employees, the cooks, waiters, managers, bussers, and other staff members whose work situations were affected by the storm. What was the immediate impact of the storm (and subsequent loss of work)? How have have the last couple of months been? Let's chat.

Whether you work in a Manhattan restaurant that lost power for that week, are an employee in a restaurant that remains shuttered, or were affected in any other way and want to share your story, send an email with the subject line "Hurricane Sandy Stories" to tips@eater.com. Anonymity is, of course, guaranteed.
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