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Famous chefs, New York restaurants to push landlords for rent breaks during coronavirus crisis

Reuters Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
Renowned restaurants, including Cipriani, Smith & Wollensky, The Smith, and Boqueria, as well as owners Stephen Starr and chef Bobby Flay, have formed a new group seeking help from New York City landlords to survive the coronavirus crisis.
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