In a three-week period in March, the nation's restaurants lost $25 billion and 3 million jobs. That's according to statistics released by the National Restaurant Association.
Restaurants in Ohio reported a $700 million sales drop since Gov. DeWine ordered them closed in mid-March.
While many have closed, others are getting by with curbside service, home delivery, or new offerings altogether.
Today on All Sides Weekend: Chefs in the City, dining in the time of COVID-19 -- from take out options to food trucks and farmers markets.
Steve Stover, WOSU food critic
Rich Terapak, Sr., WOSU food critic and restaurant blogger
John Barker, president and CEO of the Ohio Restaurant Association