Jeff Pack Staff Writer  If he’s honest, Kevin Williams, owner of Wingman’s Wings in The Cookhouse Food Hall at Vail Headquarters in Temecula, had no idea what to expect when stay-at-home regulations were handed down due to the coronavirus outbreak.  His first restaurant, one of four that opened in the food hall in June 2019, was brand-new to a community he wasn’t exactly familiar with. He wondered whether the community would support a black-owned business and whether he’d earned enough of a foothold or customer base to keep the doors open. Wingman’s Wings owner Kevin Williams says he’s lost a significant chunk of his young, growing business since coronavirus outbreak regulations were handed down, but comm
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