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Kansas City Restaurants Struggle To Survive Under Coronavirus Restrictions

In 2017, Zaid Consuegra told Up To Date about the challenges he's faced as a "Dreamer" in the U.S. Today, the partner of Pirate's Bone Burger told Steve Kraske the new hurdles he's faced with as a restaurant owner trying to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
Luke X. Martin
Pirate's Bone Burgers partner Zaid Consuegra, shown here in 2017, discussed the new hurdles he's facing as a restaurant owner during the coronavirus pandemic.

Restaurant owners face hurdles as they reopen under coronavirus restrictions.

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