YOU’RE AT HOME now. Your vacation has been canceled, your weekend plans abandoned. Local schools are shuttered and your office, too. You still have to eat—there’s one thing, at least, that hasn’t changed—but for as long as the coronavirus pandemic rages on, you can expect to be dining in.
The market for restaurant takeout and delivery, already on the rise, is expanding with a new urgency as Americans sequester themselves, and dining establishments in many parts of the country have been forced to close to eat-in business….