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N.H. Restaurants Get Creative To Survive Pandemic

Jun 7, 2020

New Hampshire restaurants have been hard hit during the coronavirus pandemic, changing their business model to curbside pickup and delivery, then pivoting to limited outdoor dining and soon, anticipating returning to limited indoor dining. We talk with restaurant owners from across the state about how they have responded to the challenge and how long they can sustain this way of doing business. We also discuss how they plan to keep customers, servers and kitchen staff safe as they return.

Airdate: Monday, June 8, 2020


  • Thomas Boucher - CEO of  Great NH Restaurants, the marketing and management company for T-BONES, CJ's, Cactus Jack's, Copper Door Restaurant, and T-BONES Meats, Sweets & Catering.
  • Christopher Viaud - Chef/owner of Greenleaf Restaurant in Milford.

Read the latest on restaurant re-openings here.