Crystal Durst loved to cook for friends and colleagues.
More than once, happy recipients of her food would suggest she open a restaurant.
She finally opened Aunt Cissy’s Kitchen and Catering last November, the restaurant’s name stemming from the nickname given to her by her sister’s children.
Just four months later, the COVID-19 pandemic threatened to crush Durst’s new restaurant. Aunt Cissy’s is not alone, as restaurants in North Texas and beyond are grappling with how to survive amid a pandemic that is transforming how we dine out.
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