How chef Eric Rivera engages customers with unique at-home dining experiences

Seattle restaurant Addo has found fresh ways to up its takeout game as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
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Seattle restaurant Addo has been closed to dine-in since March, but chef-owner Eric Rivera has channeled his creativity into interactive at-home experiences. The menus and formats are constantly evolving to keep customers coming back for more. Listen as chef Rivera shares how he is moving takeout into a whole new dimension.

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