By: Evan Mallett
It is no surprise to most people that restaurants have been disproportionately hurt by the pandemic relative to other industries. But what most people don’t know is that, because we restaurant folk are accustomed to handling adversity, we are not going to lay down and surrender to this one just because it is all the horrible things we have been hearing for the last 10 months. Yes, universally we are navigating unprecedented, unforgiving times; but we are still navigating, knowing that the world still needs to eat.
At Black Trumpet, we are acutely aware that we provide nourishment and a memorable dining experience for a small percentage of the population. And, while we have pursued every channel we could think of to keep the lights on and the doors open for our own survival, we have also made a significant effort to use the spare time on our hands, that might have otherwise been directed toward the daily operations of a busy restaurant, to nourish the souls of all people - not just those who can afford to dine at Black Trumpet.
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