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Local realtor and WestfordCAT volunteer, Mary McCauley sits down with Sal Buonocore, owner of Paul’s Diner to hear how he’s keeping his breakfast and lunch restaurant afloat in the shadow of COVID-19.
“Things were really rolling until the pandemic hit,” Buonocore said. “We’ve had to kind of take a step back and re-evaluate.” [Continue reading below]
All but two of the restaurant’s 30-plus employees have been laid off, and to help cash flow, Buonocore said he is stretching into other areas. He has started making pizza to go, in addition to breakfast to go. He also sells T-shirts.
The interview fits under McCauley’s community activist efforts called, “Our Community Cares.”
HOW TO HELP
Buonocore said if people purchased gift cards and his T-shirts it would help with cash flow.
For more information visit Buonocore’s Facebook page.
WHAT’S UP NEXT
McCauley is heading to Red Raven in Acton with Jen Apazidis for her next Biz Bites interview.