92Y x Eater Talks: Reopening the NYC Restaurant World
Monday, June 15 — 5:45 p.m.
When New York City found itself at the center of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the city’s iconic dining scene faced several acute challenges. Bars and restaurants — and the many people who power them — have been deeply impacted by the wave of government-mandated closures and the cascading impact on their workers, wholesale suppliers, delivery couriers, and more.
Now, as the city’s bars and restaurants approach reopening after months of devastating impact, the big question looms: What does reopening look like?
On Monday, June 15 at 5:45 p.m. EST, Eater editor-in-chief Amanda Kludt will join chef, restaurateur, and host of Eater’s No Passport Required Marcus Samuelsson in conversation, hosted by 92Y. In the hour-long discussion and Q&A session, they’ll cover how NYC restaurants are dealing with reopening and what the “new normal” of dining may look like, for restaurateurs and diners alike.
Tickets cost $10; once purchased, you will receive an email with details of how to access the program remotely. Can’t make the event date and time? No worries — afterward, ticket holders will be able to access the recorded program at any time.
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