Dec 30, 2020 — 2020 has forced dining and entertainment into its most difficult, and creative, period yet

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For dining and entertainment, 2020 has come down to the issue of space — outdoors, indoors and virtually.

Keeping people apart while giving them a common experience has been the challenge that has caused the city's creative sector to lose sleep, just as it has pushed entrepreneurial minds to new bounds. Those who are still operating have watched beloved peers close down while they fight the specter of job loss themselves.

Over the summer, Indianapolis burst with new outdoor seating, stages and tours to capitalize on the safety of fresh air. Throughout the fall and now into winter, those entities are remaining outdoors when they can keep their visitors comfortable. Inside, many restaurants and venues are eking out survival through reduced capacities and socially distant seati...

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