If you're looking for a juicy burger in town, Camino is the place for you. Casey Rataczak owns this bar and restaurant and has been running things here for five years.
"I had questions in my mind whether or not we were gonna close down completely or just offer a limited-service like we're doing right now," says Rataczak.
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"We decided to stay open, keep some people employed safely, and we've been doing that for almost a month now. "It's been going really well, and we've been getting a really good response."
Like most restaurants, Casey had to lay off 65 to 75 percent of his staff, but what really has helped business is their online ordering, which has increased sales 30 to 40 percent during this time.
"Delivery and online ordering have really helped our business out as well," Rataczak says. "And it's something we're going to use in the future as well when this all over hopefully."