Georgia Food Writer Serves Tiny Meals At Her Restaurant For A Chipmunk Angela Hansberger missed going to restaurants for her job as a food writer. So, she opened her very own tiny restaurant, where she serves tiny meals to a chipmunk named Thelonius Munk.

Georgia Food Writer Serves Tiny Meals At Her Restaurant For A Chipmunk

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. So what do you do if you're a food writer without much work in a pandemic? Well, Angela Hansberger decided to open her own restaurant. It has exactly one customer, a chipmunk she named Thelonious Munk, who she serves artful, miniature dinners to on a teeny picnic table, like sushi, one grain of rice at a time, or ramen with just two little noodles. Her cat likes to watch through the window. And he's getting hungry. When is his dinnertime?

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