Serving Wings and a Prayer: It’s Back to Business for Fairbanks Restaurants
FAIRBANKS, Alaska — Most of America now eats at the dining room table, or at the kitchen table, or on the couch, or in bed, or out on the front stoop. But in Alaska, at a place called the Roundup Steakhouse and Saloon, something remarkable happened in this age of infection.
The place was open! People weren’t sitting at home! Food could be ordered and served, and it wasn’t in a takeout box!
Walt Rodgers, a 55-year-old car salesman, came in Friday night to feel it and celebrate it, and think about the meaning of it all: ordinary things, long taken for granted, now feeling wondrous and different — if just a little bit dangerous.
“People need personal interaction,” he said, sitting …continued .
[Source: New York Times]