Jeff Gordinier discusses his recent Esquire piece on the failings of the CARES Act & the existential threat facing American restaurants, and Hugh Acheson talks about the Georgia governor's controversial decision to allow many businesses, including restaurants, to reopen in a few days, and what his response will be.
You really don't want to miss this special double-header: Esquire's Jeff Gordinier takes us inside, and expands on, his impassioned piece that tied restaurants, music, culture, and politics into a masterpiece of the moment that was circulated the world over over the past weekend. And Georgia-based chef-restaurateur Hugh Acheson responds to his state governor's decision to allow a cross-section of businesses, including restaurants, to re-open in the coming days, and why his restaurants will remain closed to the public, while continuing to participate in Jose Andres' World Central Kitchen program.
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Andrew Talks to Chefs official site
Chefs, Drugs, and Rock & Roll (Andrew's latest book)
Hugh Acheson (restaurants, books, etc)