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Restaurants and Bars Shift Their Business Models, Prepare for Reopening

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Restaurants and Bars Shift Their Business Models, Prepare for Reopening

Apr 28, 2020

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Restaurants, bars, entertainment venues and tasting rooms have closed their doors as a result of “stay at home” orders. These businesses have rapidly shifted their business models in order to generate revenue and keep employees working – food and alcohol delivery, curbside pickup, and more. Will Cheek and Rob Pinson, leaders of the firm’s alcoholic beverage team, discuss the changes in licensing and regulations, what’s ahead for restaurants, bars, distilleries and other hospitality clients, and practical considerations as they contemplate the future of their businesses.

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