Coronavirus Hits Chicago’s Restaurants Hard

Coronavirus Hits Chicago’s Restaurants Hard
Kitchen staff prepare meals at Batter & Berries in Chicago, Monday, March 16, 2020. Millions of Americans began their work week holed up at home Monday as the escalating coronavirus outbreak shifted the nation's daily routines in ways never before seen in U.S. history. Restaurants and bars in Illinois have been ordered to close to inside dining at the end of their business day. Teresa Crawford / AP Photo
Coronavirus Hits Chicago’s Restaurants Hard
Kitchen staff prepare meals at Batter & Berries in Chicago, Monday, March 16, 2020. Millions of Americans began their work week holed up at home Monday as the escalating coronavirus outbreak shifted the nation's daily routines in ways never before seen in U.S. history. Restaurants and bars in Illinois have been ordered to close to inside dining at the end of their business day. Teresa Crawford / AP Photo

Coronavirus Hits Chicago’s Restaurants Hard

Reset looks into how restaurant owners and chefs are reacting to their businesses being closed during the coronavirus pandemic.

GUESTS: Jason Hammel, chef and owner of Lula Cafe in Logan Square

Victor Love, owner of Josephine’s Southern Cooking in Chatham