字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント restaurants across the USA are in a desperate race to survive, and they're taking extreme measures. Typically, this popular restaurant in Pasadena, California, would be packed with customers. But now, like many other restaurants, they've gone from sit down dining to takeout and delivery only. Even so, sales have plummeted. Actually been devastated, we had a layoff. About 85 to 90% of our employees Jimmy Christos owns Foothill Restaurant would be 1234 possible books in the Frontline, plus also preparation back today, way down to one for the trickle of food orders coming in. He's implemented new safety measures when the customer actually comes in. We greet them at the door, and we actually put the actual food in bags by the door, so they have to actually come in the restaurant, he says. His staff changes gloves with every order. He's also offering 50% off his wines to help drum up business. We can actually take alcohol home, which is something very new. Gym and Matty Vega are longtime customers stopping by for takeout. Thank you so much for taking care of what a treat. We really appreciate it. We need to support our local restaurant tours and our servers and our buses and cooks as well. The hashtag great American takeout is now going viral, with people from all over posting photos of their takeout orders. Norm's restaurant is even offering a takeout breakfast care package that includes one roll of toilet paper, all right.