As North Texas Restaurants Reopen For Dine-In, Some Say It Doesn’t Make Fiscal Sense

The revenue a restaurant can make from 25% of its tables often isn’t enough to cover the overhead of running the business.

By Syeda HasanMay 1, 2020 9:15 am, , , , , , ,

From KERA:

At Bangkok City Restaurant on Bryan Street in Dallas, owner Janpen Thavoinkaew Canady and her husband, Philip Canady, have rearranged the dining room to seat a maximum of 16 customers. It’s a steep drop from the usual crowd at the family-owned Thai restaurant, which has built a loyal customer base after more than 20 years in business.

“They keep us going and call and see how we’re doing and try to help,” Thavoinkaew Canady said.

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