Zach Pollack

chef and owner of Alimento and Cosa Buona

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Zach Pollack on KCRW

Amid coronavirus concerns, LA restaurants are open only for deliveries and pickups.

Restaurants must suspend dine-in services. How are owners and workers coping economically?

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