We now live in a world where restaurants are closed to diners, a devastating turn of events in an unprecedented global crisis.
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Restaurateur Lily Stokes is helping farmers by selling produce boxes to customers who can't find what they need at the shops.
Perhaps what we should have been doing is putting more pressure on the government to close down restaurants sooner.
This evolving list covers hospitality businesses offering something different, from takeaway menus to home-meal kits to grocery boxes.
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'I'm up for a fight, but this is a massacre,' says chef Shane Delia, who is putting his Maha restaurants on hiatus.
With diners staying at home, Hannah Green and her staff at Brunswick restaurant Etta are making sure a car trip doesn’t wreck their lovingly prepared meals.
Cut-price Corona and home-delivered steaks: how Sydney restaurants are responding to the COVID crisis
Restaurants across Sydney are providing new takeaway menus and discounts in response to fast-moving developments as the coronavirus spreads.
Restaurants are workshopping how to keep employing staff in times of coronavirus.