• Devin Hahn

    Senior Video Producer

    Devin Hahn

    Devin Hahn creates video content for BU Today, Bostonia online, and The Brink. He is a producer, a cameraman, an editor, and, under duress, a writer. Profile

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There are 8 comments on Can Boston’s Restaurant Scene Survive the Pandemic?

  1. Please support local owner operator restaurants every chance you get. Big chains are getting billions in bailouts they don’t need your dollars the independent restaurants do!

  2. NEWS FLASH: Il Capriccio in Waltham has been sold to Mike Chapman (owner of Glenville Stops in Allston) – it is moving to the new Merc Building at 704 Main Street (near Moody). The restaurant’s owners and employees are excited to be able to continue the tradition.

  3. Sadly, our governors and mayors, drunk with the power of Orwellian totalitarianism, issue one needless edict after another, each one harsher. All despite the fact that the actual virus figures do not support any of it. They are trashing our Constitutional rights in the process, under the guise of “public safety,” which is the same bleat used so effectively by Hitler and his National Socialists in the 1930’s. Their actions have little to do with safety, and everything to do with power and control. Many states are now monitoring our movements, and imposing big fines for not submitting to their decrees.
    The restaurant and entertainment businesses are taking the worst hit, but many others are suffering as well. We cannot attend our houses of worship, our children cannot go to school, yet through all of it the politicians and teachers are still being paid. Gold help America.

  4. Spent a couple of days with my great friend, LI restaurant owner George Poll. I visited Hendricks Tavern, Bryant and Cooper and Cippolini’s. Food and atmosphere were amazing, exemplary service. Great dining experience in the Manhasset area.

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