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By Chad Allen
For a restaurant like Café 123 in Opelika where plating and service are part of the experience, the pandemic was particularly harsh.
“We’re fine dining, so when the pandemic shut down the indoor dining, that hit us pretty hard,” executive chef Eron Bass said. “My food doesn’t travel well. It’s not meant to be eaten out of a box.”
The restaurant had already been considering a takeout-friendly lunch menu and began offering that during the hardest days of the pandemic. Since indoor dining has partially returned, business is good again.
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