When the Paycheck Protection Program started receiving loan applications on April 3, its promise was something most restaurants and bars were looking for: a lifeline in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and a chance to pursue the dream. to own your own small business.
Like many others in San Francisco, Monk’s Kettle owners Nat Cutler and Christian Albertson applied for the PPP loan as well as the Economic Disaster Loan (EIDL) as they tried every means to keep their business going. afloat.
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