Chicago Chefs And Restaurateurs Get Creative During COVID-19

Chefs and restaurateurs are getting creative with the way they prepare, deliver, and serve food during the pandemic to survive.

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People eat in a greenhouse structure at Duck Duck Goat restaurant on Fulton Market in Chicago, Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020. Nam Y. Huh / ASSOCIATED PRESS
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People eat in a greenhouse structure at Duck Duck Goat restaurant on Fulton Market in Chicago, Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020. Nam Y. Huh / ASSOCIATED PRESS

Chicago Chefs And Restaurateurs Get Creative During COVID-19

Chefs and restaurateurs are getting creative with the way they prepare, deliver, and serve food during the pandemic to survive.

Following a weekend of new restrictions placed on Chicago restaurants, Reset checks in with several restaurant owners about how they are innovating at this time to ensure that their and others in the industry’s lights stay on during the pandemic.

GUESTS: Jasmine Sheth, founder and chef at Tasting India delivery service

Cliff Rome, owner of Peach’s Restaurant in Bronzeville and founder of Rome In A Day Productions

Edward Marszewski, owner of Marz Community Brewery Co. and co-founder of Maria’s Packaged Goods and Community Bar