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New York City’s struggling restaurants have given up hope that they will be allowed to double their indoor seating on Nov. 1 amid rising infection rates and radio silence from Albany, The Post has learned.
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Restaurant owners and lobbyists say they’ve heard zilch from Gov. Cuomo on his promise to consider increasing indoor dining capacity by the end of this month. That silence has left them unable to plan — and bracing for another wave of closures.
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“I think we would have heard by now if indoor dining was going to expand by November first. People need time to prepare,” said restaurant consultant Donny Evans.
“Restaurateurs are scared,” Evans added. “Without expanded indoor dining, there will be a tsunami of closings.”