A new city-approved program, Pittsburg Eats, aims to help restaurants recover from the toll of the COVID-19 pandemic by providing personalized technical and marketing support.
The city will work with Cal Poly Humboldt’s Northern California Small Business Development Center to get the program up and running.
“… this is an opportunity to bring those [modernization ideas] to these restaurateurs and to help them through some of these processes, and this will all be done at no cost to the restaurants,” shared Jordan Davis, Pittsburg’s Director of Community and Economic Development, according to The Seattle Times.
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– Staff Report, The East Bay 100