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Michelin-starred restaurant shuttered by COVID-19 reopens as 'commissary kitchen' to cook meals for New York's neediest
by David Brennan
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9 April 2020
On 9 April 2020 Newsweek reported:
A Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City, forced to close due to the coronavirus pandemic, has been resurrected as a 'commissary kitchen' to help feed medical workers and underprivileged New Yorkers. The Eleven Madison Park restaurant in Manhattan's Flatiron District, named the world's best restaurant in 2017, closed in mid-March alongside other city eateries ... The three Michelin-starred restaurant is now making more than 2,000 meals every day for hospital staff and in-need citizens.
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