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March 16, 2020 • Modern Restaurant and Lounge • New Rochelle, NY
Let's help our service staff community get through this!
The Last Supper at Modern Restaurant: Only take-out orders after tonight until further notice.
Front house staff -- the front house folks like bartenders, servers, bussers, expediters -- are out of work until the government permits seating in the dining room. The financial strain on them and their families is difficult to imagine.
How can we help?
Let's join together and show our RESPECT, APPRECIATION, and LOVE (ReAL) for the folks who make our dining out experiences memorable, elegant, and fun at Modern Restaurant and Lounge.
Drop off cash at the take-out window at the back of the restaurant on 15 Westchester Place (the flip side of 310 Huguenot Street).
You can designate a particular person, or ask co-owner Anthony Russo to put it into the service staff assistance fund / tip pool.
#FoldableLove #KeepItReAL #RespectAppreciationLove #ReAL
Anthony Russo answers a few questions about how it feels to serve guests for the last time in the dining room until further notice.
His concern for his staff is clear and is open to exploring ways to make sure they are financially stable.
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