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Temperature checks at the door, plastic dividers between tables and sanitizer-infused towels will be on the menu at the Brooklyn Chop House in downtown Manhattan when the popular eatery reopens in the post-coronavirus lockdown era. Conway G. Gittens has a look inside the restaurant.

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  • Uploaded    05/22/2020
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