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As our special series Restaurant Week on TODAY continues, NBC News Now anchor Joe Fryer spotlights restaurants that have found creative ways to keep their doors open amid the pandemic. “It’s part food bank, part grocery store,” one Brooklyn restaurant owner explains of how his establishment has changed. Another converted his restaurant to a “tamale outpost”: “We will come back,” he vows.