The pandemic shut down the in-store restaurants at Neiman Marcus for eight months, and the eateries and their staff members got creative with online cooking demos and take-out and delivery options to bring in revenue. The retailer fed consumers' demand for holiday meals and signature items like popovers and chocolate chip cookies.
Shuttered Neiman Marcus restaurants kept selling food
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