Raleigh, Durham restaurants left behind by hybrid work get creative to keep business going


The staying power of remote work means it's make or break time for restaurants in the downtown business districts of Raleigh and Durham. They must find ways to adapt to the new hybrid work culture that is limiting foot traffic from office workers to their businesses, or they will likely cease to exist.

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