Economic Aftershocks Felt by NY Restaurants

Monday, October 15, 2001

While downtown eating establishments are the hardest hit by the September 11th attack, the economic ripple effects are being felt throughout the city's $9 billion dollar restaurant industry. People have lost jobs, taken pay cuts or or had their work week scaled back. And, as Patricia Willens reports, restaurant owners are heading into their most important business quarter unsure of what to expect.

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