By RAF CASERT Associated Press HEIKRUIS, Belgium (AP) — As the Friday night dinner service began earlier this month at the De Viering restaurant outside Brussels, it seemed the owners' decision to move the operation into the spacious village church to comply with coronavirus rules was paying off. The reservation book was full and the kitchen was bustling. And then Belgium's prime minister ordered cafes, bars and restaurants to close for at least a month in the face of surging infections. 'It's another shock, of course, because — yes, all the investments are made,' said chef Heidi Vanhasselt. She and […]
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