New restaurateurs forge ahead amid the crisis

HASN’T BEEN EASY: Terry Coburn, left, and Brian Buonaiuto, co-owners of Coffee and Crumbs in Cranston, opened their shop just weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in March. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
HASN’T BEEN EASY: Terry Coburn, left, and Brian Buonaiuto, co-owners of Coffee and Crumbs in Cranston, opened their shop just weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in March. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
The changing restrictions for restaurants in recent months have been severe. Curbside pick-up only. Outdoor dining only. Capacity limits. And now the latest: curfews that set closing times for bars and restaurants four hours earlier than usual. The COVID-19 outbreak has put a bind on those in the hospitality sector across the country. But despite…

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