By Tim Callery, WMUR
MANCHESTER, N.H. — A new survey conducted by the National Restaurant Association shows the COVID-19 pandemic may still have a tight grip on the restaurant industry. Many New Hampshire businesses continue to struggle with challenges like staffing and patron attendance.
Some restaurants in the Granite State are doing better than they were before the pandemic. But, others are still struggling and said it could take months until things get back to normal.
Mike Somers, president and CEO of the New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association said some of the responses to the survey were “quite troubling.” The survey shows that 94% of restaurants in New Hampshire are understaffed
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