By Dave Cathey dcathey@oklahoman.comThe growing weight of COVID-19's shadow on the food-service industry has drawn a couple of gestating restaurants out of incubation to support the community and health-care professionals in this time of crisis.For about 18 months local entrepreneurs Matt Wills and Andrew Rice have slow-rolled Waytable, a nonprofit restaurant that will employ, train and mentor Oklahoma City at-risk youth while the folks behind Livegrass Butcher and Bistro have worked almost as long trying to open a butcher shop, market and restaurant in far north Edmond.Read more on NewsOK.com

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