The Point: New York City restaurants face new challenges after COVID rules end
New York City restaurants continue to struggle, some unable to fully recover from COVID restrictions that forced many eateries to close.
Now, there are new challenges.
New York City's food world is still being eaten away by the aftermath of COVID.
Andrew Rigie, of the New York City Hospitality Alliance, and Loy Gordon, owner of Neir's Tavern in Woodhaven, Queens, joined CBS2's Marcia Kramer to talk about the latest challenges.
Watch their conversation here or in the player above.
Most New Yorkers relish eating out. They have their likes and dislikes.
In an exclusive conversation on CBS News New York, Kramer asked Rigie and Gordon if New York is still the city that never sleeps, considering the new challenges small businesses face.
"The Point with Marcia Kramer" airs every Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on CBS2, right after "Face the Nation." Then turn to CBS News New York at noon for "Exclamation Point," an extended conversation with our guests.
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