As Metro Vancouver restaurateurs are having to make difficult business decisions right now, some are pivoting what they serve and how they serve it to stay afloat and help others in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. With each day comes more restaurants announcing they have closed their dining rooms to customers; for some this means the doors are closed entirely, but for some, take out and delivery remains an option. For others, this is the first time they are offering take out. And many are getting very creative with how they are addressing not only their limited ability to connect with diners, but also the fact that there is an increasing number of people in Metro Vancouver who are facing unemployment due to COVID-19. Collective Hospitality, which operates East Vancouver’s The Mackenzie Room and Fraser Street’s new Say Mercy, closed the doors at both restaurants Monday, however, they didn’t stop cooking.  “We can’t touch, but we can stay connected. And we can remain in service to each other, with or without a restaurant,” shared the restaurants on social media. “The walls don’t define us, ⁣our actions do.” Into the kitchen t...