Allowing delivery but not in-house service makes no sense: ‘The food is being made in the same kitchens. That food is going to households. The virus can live on surface areas.’
On the Federalist Radio Hour, two restaurant owners explain how a prolonged lockdown could decimate the restaurant industry and how consumers can save them.
In the wake of coronavirus, our communities will be immeasurably poorer without the kind of small restaurants that taught me life lessons and overflow with nostalgia.
This bar in northwest Washington D.C. has transformed into a relief center to feed laid-off service workers in the wake of the Wuhan virus.
The way these self-designated culture cops bully everyone else into submission only demonstrates they are power hungry. They push cultural isolation and segregation.
Whether they are fast food or fine dining, restaurants are not public venues in which all people are welcome. They are private businesses that specialize in hospitality.
As a person who has made most of my life’s income from tips, I can confidently say Jane Fonda has been woefully misinformed about the effects of minimum wage hikes on servers.
Eventually, the world-renowned restaurant life in cities like New York, DC, and San Francisco will die. The only survivors will be fast-casual chains with low overhead and deep pockets.
When faced with the choice of ideological shopping or buying consumer products simply for personal satisfaction, most people choose the latter.
If one of those who work for the administration, or others to whom graciousness and honesty are foreign ideas, did come here, I think I would compromise.
Hiking the minimum wage so dramatically would force many restaurants to raise prices, eliminate staff, or close altogether.
Researchers discovered that a $1 increase in the minimum wage leads to approximately a 4 to 10 percent increase in the likelihood of any given restaurant folding.
Just about no matter where you live, you have plenty of options. From Uber Eats to Grubhub or one of your local services, you can get all sorts of cuisines brought to your doorstep.
AMC isn’t the only network paying for a pop-up restaurant to promote a TV property at SXSW.
Eateries like Franny’s in New York City can’t afford Obamacare regulations without huge price hikes.
Modern culture is obsessed with celebrities and image, no less for chefs than for everything else. Why do we love seeing Gordon Ramsay yell at kids?
When your clientele gets good feelings from finding problems, it becomes nearly impossible to take care of them.
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