Rafael Familia began work last July as a bar-back in Manhattan at The Crocodile Lounge, where drinks come with free mini pizzas and Skee-Ball is also on tap. The 30-year-old native New Yorker, now living in his aunt’s spare room in the Bronx, had been working in bars for five years after leaving college when he ran out of money. He was trying to pay down his student debt and head back to school. “On March 16, we were mandated to close down suddenly,” he said. “We all lost our jobs at that moment. It was one of the most bizarre things ever. There was no point in being angry.” Familia, his co-workers and their regulars gathered at the bar that night, before last call at 8 pm.