The Loeb Central Park Boathouse owner Dean Poll on the state of New York City’s restaurant industry amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A fixture of Central Park closed down as New York City businesses were hit hard by coronavirus restrictions, the Loeb Central Park Boathouse owner told “Cavuto: Coast to Coast.”
“We’ve been closed since the pandemic began in March and even though restaurants are able to reopen in the city, the business just isn’t there for the Boathouse,” Dean Poll told host Neil Cavuto.
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The owner of the Boathouse, which opened in 1954 and has been featured in films such as “When Harry Met Sally,” explained that they rely heavily on tourists and park-goers, as well as weddings and corporate events.
“All of that has disappeared.” Poll said.
“There’s just not enough business in the park to sustain
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