(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – One of San Francisco’s top restaurants closed for four days this week to give beleaguered staffers a “mental health break.”
The Morris, which has over four-and-a-half stars on Yelp and Google, closed Sunday to provide relief to workers who have been battling a staffing shortage, even as customers come flooding back.
“This is by far the most stressful part of the pandemic for us: coming back and guests wanting to go out and wanting to spend their money and have a great time and us not being able to accommodate them,” owner Paul Einbund said in an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle.
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