How 3 Dallas Coffee Shops Repurposed Their Now-Empty Spaces In The Age Of Coronavirus


On Saturday, Michael Wyatt at Full City Rooster in the Cedars opened his roastery and coffee shop’s now-quiet 800 square-foot back room. Previously, you could sit and nurse a latte under moose head taxidermy. But not in the coronavirus age in which restaurants, bars, and coffee shops, too, have been forced to closed dining areas to curb the spread of the virus.

Nevertheless, Wyatt put his small space to great use: Full City Rooster has become a collection-point and storage space for boxes of gloves and masks for first responders and healthcare providers.

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