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The restaurant scenes all over the world have been riding the pandemic rollercoaster along with us since March 2020. Those eateries whose doors remain open for business are a tenacious bunch with great menus, superb customer service, and a desire to serve the community with familiar food and provide a respite from the challenges of 2020.
Here are a few of the restaurants. All have pivoted to take out only and remained open and willing to ride the tides of change we’ve all been navigating to serve you the finest food anywhere.
Career restauranteur Bob Gontram came up with the name for his Taos burger joint 5 Star as a play on words on the coveted stars assigned by judges in the world of fine dining.
A graduate of Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration majoring in food service, Gontram has navigated the trials of the hospitality industry, landing in Taos over a decade ago for golf, hiking and skiing.
Red River Brewing might not be open for dine-in during this coronavirus pandemic, but the team is still finding ways to bring their menu, beer and spirits to their customers. In this case, that means free delivery for those living in the Red River area and in the Upper Valley, Sharon Calhoun, co-owner of Red River Brewing, said.