The biggest factor determining whether a restaurant or bar business can survive this pandemic — more important than pivots or its customer base or neighborhood — is the relationship between the tenant and the landlord. Or more specifically, the willingness of said landlord to cut said tenant a deal.
Some people are making concessions, whether it’s temporary or longterm abatements or newly structured partnerships. And some landlords, even some without mortgages, are letting tenants walk.
To get a sense of
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