One of the hardest-hit sectors of our business world during the years-long COVID-19 pandemic has been the hospitality industry.
We have lost some longstanding eateries, seen others severely cut back days and hours of operation because of staffing shortages and supply chain issues, and seen prices rise as part of the inflationary spiral virtually every industry has experienced.
If you have wondered what it is like for restaurateurs to persevere in the face of such obstacles, make a point of joining us for our meeting this coming Thursday when Mike Moscatiello’s of our host venue Moscatiello’s Italian Family Restaurant — now in its 28th year — will address us on the topic of “Restaurants During COVID.”
As always, we’ll begin our social period at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 6:15, with the cash bar available throughout. The dinner entree choices will be the ever-popular Chicken Caesar Salad and Chicken Limone (chicken breast sauteed in a white wine, garlic, caper, and lemon sauce with mushrooms and olives, served over spinach). No need for advance reservations.
We do hope we’ll have a strong member-and-guest turnout even though several of our members will be vacationing during the local schools’ spring break. The program topic should be of such interest that you may want to invite a guest to attend.