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As coronavirus cases rise across much of the U.S., restaurants and retailers are again contending with new restrictions and staffing challenges. Unlike the initial virus surge, when much of the country shut down, this one coincides with rising...

OIU cites Maple Heights restaurant for the third time  Cleveland 19 News Jonathan Cartu ...

SAN ANTONIO – Back-and-forth bar and restaurant closures have led to a push for change from the Texas Restaurant Association (TRA).In June, Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order which forced Texas bars to close after a surge in COVID-19 cases.‘Completely blindsided’: Bar industry workers...

As bars and restaurants have begun reopening, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is warning all operators that they must follow the state’s protocols or they face license suspension.The requirements within the protocol include indoor customer capacity limits of 50% for bars and 75% for restaurants,...

Big restaurant companies with eateries in a number of states are struggling to navigate a thicket of rules as they seek to reopen dining rooms closed by the coronavirus pandemic. Daniel Fitzpatrick runs one of the country’s largest...

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, a wave of dine-in bans and stay-at-home orders over the past month have turned the dining industry on its side. Even the country’s most lauded restaurants, those with Michelin stars and months-long waiting lists, haven’t been immune to the...

At midnight Thursday, a city-wide mandate in Fort Worth will take effect including the closure of bars, taverns, and dine-in services at restaurants. "Who would have thought last Thursday we would be in this position?" Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price said at a joint press conference...

Something big is cooking on the television series, “Top Chef”: Two high-profile, San Diego-based chefs are making their way back on the reality TV cooking show. Eater San Diego shares those details, plus other top stories of the week from San Diego’s food and drink...