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Quake Wire

Now that it's been a little over a week since Napa's major earthquake, Eater National has an in-depth look at the fallout for local restaurants and bars, a handful of which have already suffered over $75K in lost revenue. Some spots, like Carpe Diem Wine Bar and Sushi Mambo, have been slapped with red-tag status and closed indefinitely, and concerns are mounting for newly out-of-work servers, winery employees, and business owners. Still, fundraising efforts are in full swing, and 99% of businesses are back open. [~ EN ~]

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