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REDDING, Calif. – It’s been one year since the coronavirus pandemic changed the way we lived. Businesses like Carnegie's in Redding, continue to roll with the punches.
It’s been a rollercoaster for businesses like Carnegie’s. The restaurant continues to navigate the unknown every day. But the restaurant says its loyal customers have also helped businesses stay alive.
“The very loyal people, even throughout the times when we were completely shut down, they waited,” said Keli Tims, who works at Carnegie’s.
“As soon as we reopened they were ready to give us their business again.”
Even with all the challenges, the restaurant still feels hopeful about the future.
“With the vaccines, it definitely makes us feel a little bit more secure and that we can plan ahead now,” said Tims.
“With all the exciting stuff going on downtown that's also making us feel very hopeful. We have a new courthouse being built across the street, so that’s going to bring in a lot of great business.”
Carnegie's continues to offer curbside and take-out for its customers.