The “pandemic pivot” aptly describes how businesses adapted and stayed afloat during the ever-changing “new normal” brought on by the 2020 pandemic. Many businesses were challenged to find creative ways to serve their customers during the restrictions, including downtown Visalia’s music venue, Cellar Door. Co-owner Amy Dwelle shares that prior to the pandemic, they only served bar-style food. But once the pandemic hit and shows were halted, they quickly built a kitchen to serve the community in a broader capacity.

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