Chicago’s 75th Street: A Corridor Of Resilient Businesses In The Face Of COVID-19

Writer Henry Grabar joins Reset to discuss how businesses on 75th Street are staying afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chicago’s 75th Street: A Corridor Of Resilient Businesses In The Face Of COVID-19
A July 26, 2019, file photo of the Original Soul Vegetarian at 203 E. 75th Street in Chicago. Arionne Nettles / WBEZ
Chicago’s 75th Street: A Corridor Of Resilient Businesses In The Face Of COVID-19
A July 26, 2019, file photo of the Original Soul Vegetarian at 203 E. 75th Street in Chicago. Arionne Nettles / WBEZ

Chicago’s 75th Street: A Corridor Of Resilient Businesses In The Face Of COVID-19

Writer Henry Grabar joins Reset to discuss how businesses on 75th Street are staying afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The commercial strip along 75th Street is home to classic Chicago spots like Lem’s Bar-B-Q, Brown Sugar Bakery and Frances Cocktail Lounge.

Reset learns more about how businesses stores on 75th Street are weathering the pandemic and how the business landscape has changed over the years.

GUESTS: Henry Grabar, staff writer at Slate

Arel Brown, co-owner of Soul Vegetarian