Column: Dejected L.A. restaurants serve their last meals, fear for the future

The dinner soundtrack at Michael’s on Naples for Wednesday was all about the sad slow jams — classic Motown, Gamble & Huff, Al Green. They tapped into the mood that night at the Long Beach bistro and at thousands of restaurants across Los Angeles County.

It was the precious last hours before health officials had ordered all outdoor dining to stop for at least three weeks to try and slow down an explosive rise in coronavirus cases.

Regulars packed into Michael’s two rooftop patios as much…

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