After too many months of housebound togetherness, local restaurants are betting that couples are ready to dine out — or to splurge on take-home luxury.
Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner Elizabeth Miller came up with the idea last summer to support local restaurants to get more business during the ongoing pandemic.
We salute longtime residents and businesspersons who have given freely of their time, making our special neighborhood all the better for their dedication.
This year, diners can take a break from their kitchens and dining rooms and have Thanksgiving at an outdoor streatery or in “safe” indoor settings.
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