Little Italy restaurants San Diego... A waitress walks by outdoor diners in San Diego’s Little Italy. Photo: By Kevin Wilkerson, San Diego Editor San Diego is on the teetering edge of falling back into the most restrictive purple tier, which would be a huge blow to bar/restaurants, gyms, hair salons and other businesses in the county. For the past several weeks, these places have been operating under the “red” tier, which allows for 25% indoor activity. The “purple” tier closes down the interior of places, meaning they can only operate in outdoor spaces. This will cause yet another adjustment for businesses, which have already had to shift gears like a NASCAR driver. “I’m at my wit’s end,” the owner of a popular restaurant told I’m not using his name because it was during a casual conversation and not as part of a formal interview. The reason is the state-adjusted COVID-19 case


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