Massachusetts restaurant owner reeling over capacity restrictions: 'We don't know if we're going to make a living'
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A Massachusetts restaurant owner fears his two restaurants will not survive now that they are limited to a maximum of 25% capacity indoors.
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"We don't even know if we are going to make a living," Leo Keka, the owner of Alba Prime Steak & Seafood, in Quincy, and Alba on 53, in Hanover, told FOX Business. "It's been very hard."
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Keka stressed that it was already hard enough to make a decent profit as a restaurant owner even during pre-pandemic times.