How Coronavirus Is Impacting the Portland Restaurant World

Restaurant owners, caterers, and bar managers watched business drop as COVID-19 spread through Oregon. Now that Gov. Brown has reopened indoor dining rooms once again, restaurant workers are wrestling with the possibility of working indoors while unvaccinated

Contributors: Eater Portland Staff

The Oregon Health Authority announced the state’s first presumptive case of the novel coronavirus on February 28, days before the beginning of the popular dining promotion Portland Restaurant Month. At that time, the impact of COVID-19 was already being felt in restaurant markets across the country, including Portland’s neighbor to the north, Seattle. Even before the Oregon case was

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