Jenn Harris

LA Times food columnist

LA Times food columnist

Jenn Harris on KCRW

Before the pandemic, “dine-and-dash” was a phrase reserved for in-person dining. It meant running away before paying the bill.

People are dining and dashing with takeout. Restaurants are paying the price

Before the pandemic, “dine-and-dash” was a phrase reserved for in-person dining. It meant running away before paying the bill.

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