Restaurants adapt during crisis

With revenues slashed, take-out and delivery prove valuable


STILL HAVE TO EAT—Above left, Kai Deming of Emil’s Bake House in Agoura Hills helps a customer with a to-go order. Above, Hatch restaurant owner Mark LaValle prepares a box of food from inside his Agoura eatery for takeout. IAN BRADLEY/Acorn NewspapersPeople are homebound, but they still need to eat. And although dining out is no longer an option, residents can still go to many of their favorite local restaurants for some grab-and-go.
In these unusual times, restaurants are having to rely on tak...

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