How Chicago Restaurants Are Reopening For Indoor Dining

As Chicago’s COVID-19 picture improves, the city is cautiously taking steps to loosen some health restrictions on businesses, including restaurants and bars.

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Patrons enjoy lunch indoors at Gibsons Italia restaurant in Chicago. Charles Rex Arbogast / ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Patrons enjoy lunch indoors at Gibsons Italia restaurant in Chicago. Charles Rex Arbogast / ASSOCIATED PRESS

How Chicago Restaurants Are Reopening For Indoor Dining

As Chicago’s COVID-19 picture improves, the city is cautiously taking steps to loosen some health restrictions on businesses, including restaurants and bars.

Chicago entered Phase 4 of the state’s reopening plan Sunday, which includes lifting certain restrictions on restaurants.

Reset brings on a reporter to give us the latest and two restaurant voices to hear about how they are handling their reopening.

GUESTS: Jessica Villagomez, reporter at the Chicago Tribune

Manish Mallick, restaurant owner of ROOH Chicago

Mikky Wright, general manager and director of operations at Jefferson Tap and Grille