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Steve D’Ettorre can’t wait to eat in a restaurant.

Pennsylvania’s deputy secretary for technology and innovation for the Department of Community and Economic Development said that his first post-COVID-19 venture will probably be to Revival Social Hall in downtown York.

And the York resident knows just what he’ll get — an order of General Tso’s cauliflower.

“These restaurants are our gathering places,” D’Ettorre said Friday during a news conference at Central Market. “They are owned by our families, friends and neighbors. They are where we go when we want to celebrate, see a familiar face or just don’t feel like cooking.”

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