June 5th marked the three-month anniversary of the opening of Beto's Pizza. Business took a big loss when the pandemic hit.
"It has been kinda rough you know," admits manager Victor Moran. "We have our good days and our bad days. It's just been really rough and I see that the community is struggling as well so, we just try and maintain day by day to keep all of our staff members still working."
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Moran says he's not ready for dine-in just yet.
"The beginning of July I think we'll be alright," he says. "So our staff members will be alright, as our customers will feel safe and comfortable with having dined in."
The big hit for Beto's so far has been the Al Pastor pizza and Beto's Al Pastor sandwich. Moran estimates those items represent 75 percent of his business thus far.