Restaurateur Says There's Light At The End Of The Tunnel For His Industry | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC 1

Restaurateur Says There’s Light At The End Of The Tunnel For His Industry | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

 

As more people get vaccinated and businesses reopen, Top Chef Judge and Owner of Crafted Hospitality Tom Colicchio says he has hope for restaurants after a challenging year during the pandemic. He tells Stephanie Ruhle however, that the industry is struggling to find employees because workers have left cities. Aired on 04/02/2021.
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Restaurateur Says There's Light At The End Of The Tunnel For His Industry | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

10 comments

  1. Light at the end of the tunnel, I don’t think so. In fact, I may never go out to eat in a diner the rest of my life! I certainly would never want to work in one. Good luck with that light you think you see. Maybe the GOP will save you, they want to go out with masks and spread COVID. They should all go to church………

    1. At least you have a choice of where you can work. For some people it is the job that makes a difference between surviving and falling into poverty

  2. Wait staff: “Welcome back! Would you like to start with some wine?”
    Me: “Yes please.”
    Wait staff: “Sir, we recommend that you use a glass and not drink straight from the bottle.”
    Me: “Sorry, it’s been a while.”

  3. Maybe there are too many restaurants. This may weed out the ones that are unsustainable. They are getting a lot of money though before someone figures that out

  4. The Lord Jesus Christ died on the cross for our sins, and he was buried, and he rose again the third day, and he is offering everlasting life to all who will believe in him.

    1. “I am come to end the sacrifices and feasts of blood; and if ye cease not offering and eating of flesh and blood, the wrath of God shall not cease from you; even as it came to your fathers in the wilderness, who lusted for flesh, and did sate to their content, and were filled with rottenness, and the plague consumed them.” Jesus Christ

  5. 4:11 man, this really just smashes through the socialist savior non-sense about the “exploited” worker. healthcare, minimum wage and higher but he doesn’t mind paying more. and the fact that warehouse work was not the only, but rather the best, option for a time. now compare everything this employer said with your marxist textbook. reality isn’t lying; your textbook is.

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