With several counties still not allowed to have indoor dining, many restaurants across Southern California and the state are not expected to survive the coronavirus shutdown.
Antonis Konnaris opened the doors of his Greek restaurant in 1995. Since March, his business has dropped by as much as 70 percent.
“It’s sad,” Konnaris said, weeping. “I have a family. I don’t know what else to do. Just cooking.
“If I lose this, I lose my family