WeShield, an entrepreneurial organization created to help supply front-line workers with PPE, announced their partnership with the NYC Hospitality Alliance, a not-for-profit association founded to ...
As many cities and states ease restrictions on indoor dining, and with the full return of outdoor dining in many parts of the country, a group of restaurant industry leaders and organizations have ...
California, one of the most restrictive states since the pandemic began, will fully open its economy on June 15 depending on certain criteria.
The CDC recommends people continue taking precautions even when fully vaccinated. That includes staying 6 feet apart, avoiding crowds, and, yes, wearing masks.
In January 2020, review sites were not mandatory to view before choosing a place to eat.
Last year was a nightmare scenario for most New York City operators, and the numbers prove as much, according to data from the NYC Hospitality Alliance.
Chad Rosenthal is a big energy kind of guy.
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The House of Representatives passed President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill Wednesday, which will now head to the president’s desk for signature.
On Tuesday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said the state is lifting its mask mandate and increasing capacity for all businesses to 100 percent, effective March 10.