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Outdoor dining cold comfort for struggling Clark County restaurants

While customers gather under temporary structures, restaurant owners say expense of complying with virus restrictions keeping them in the red

By Will Campbell, Columbian Associate Editor
Published: January 3, 2021, 6:02am
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Restaurants will remain restricted to outdoor seating or take-out until at least Jan. 11, forcing many owners to choose between closing or operating at a loss. Main Event&#039;s two Vancouver locations remain open. &quot;We&#039;re trying to stay relevant,&quot; said co-owner Jason Fish.
Restaurants will remain restricted to outdoor seating or take-out until at least Jan. 11, forcing many owners to choose between closing or operating at a loss. Main Event's two Vancouver locations remain open. "We're trying to stay relevant," said co-owner Jason Fish. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

While customers gather under temporary structures, restaurant owners say expense of complying with virus restrictions keeping them in the red

Under a white tent on a December Friday night, Sarah Anderson sipped her cocktail as she visited with three friends. Although it was cold outside, the tent’s interior felt cozy; Christmas lights strung from trees illuminated the inside, and patio heaters warmed the clusters of chattering folks at tables.

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