Restaurants adapt to changes brought by COVID

A customer picks up her order at Big Slide Brewery in Lake Placid in May. Photo by Mike Lynch

Now that indoor and outdoor dining has resumed (starting with 50 percent capacity), how are restaurants faring?  

In this article in the Adirondack Almanack, three restaurant owners share their experiences as they continue to try and catch up after months of closure/reduced business during the coronavirus pandemic.

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About Sierra McGivney

Sierra McGivney graduated in May 2021 with a degree in journalism and expeditionary studies at SUNY Plattsburgh. She spent the summer of 2020 as an intern for the Adirondack Explorer.

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