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Restaurants are ‘sucking wind’ but fighting back to reopen amid a worker shortage – CNBC

Proprietors faced closures, space restrictions and lingering uncertainty. They’re now facing a potentially crippling labor shortage as summer approaches.

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View of the Prohibition Taproom in Philadelphia. Owner Michael Pasquarello, who owns two other establishments in the city, is optimistic about the future despite issues that plague the industry.
Like many in his field, restaurateur Michael Pasquarello is grateful to have survived the damage the pandemic did to his business and is now looking forward to something that resembles normal.
He knows it won’t be easy.
“We all have come to appreciate being able to welcome guests back and we’re super grateful…

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