From the beginning of the pandemic, we’ve known that bar owners and workers were at a special disadvantage during this time. In many areas, bars were the first to close and will be the last to return. They navigate increasingly complex laws and restrictions, from bans on to-go cocktails (Oregon is a late holdout here) to arbitrary food requirements.
Bars dependent on tourism or nearby music venues are in dire straits. Same with bars that are music venues.
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