Before March 2020, Redbird Cafe was a full-service restaurant where people would linger at decorative tables with a mug of coffee and a breakfast or lunch served on ceramic dishes.
Then suddenly, “everything changed,” said owner Kim Nolen.
"In the week or so prior to businesses and public spaces being closed down, I had customer-facing staff that were expressing discomfort with their roles due to the news reports regarding the virus," she said.
Owner Kim Nolen behind the counter at Redbird Cafe in 2019. (Provided photo)
"I made the . . .
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