S1E166Opera fills the air at popular cafe
02:37 | 07.23.20 | NR | CC
A lot has changed during this COVID-19 crisis, especially for the restaurant industry. But a South Philadelphia institution is out to prove that, even in despair, some things can stay the same. People have been packing Dickinson Street for live opera. You can catch the shows sporadically throughout the week. The Victor Cafe took the show to the second-floor balcony after dining rooms shut down in March. They started hiring opera students as servers. The cafe initially closed during the pandemic but is now doing take-out and delivery. The Victor Cafe is now working on some sort of outdoor dining plan and hopes to welcome customers back to the dining room soon. #BeLocalish
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