As COVID-19 variants emerge, restaurants are looking for guests to show proof of vaccination or negative test results in order to avoid shutting down dining rooms again.
Non-compete clauses for chefs, cooks, and fast food employees are set to become a thing of the past.
Thousands of Restaurants Lose COVID-19 Relief They Were Promised as Revitalization Fund Allowed to Dry Up
Some business owners have seen their approved grants rescinded due to lawsuits and lack of additional action from Congress.
What to Know About Restaurant Revitalization Funds, According to the Head of the Small Business Administration
SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman spoke with Food & Wine about what restaurant owners can expect from the COVID-19 relief program.
Some financial help for restaurants is on the way. Here's what you need to know.
The TSA-screening app CLEAR is ramping up its Health Pass, a service that tracks users’ vaccination records and COVID test results. Here's what that could mean for the hospitality industry.
Kim Prince, owner of the Hotville Chicken stands for a portrait with tables and chairs from the closed indoor dining area of her restaurant
What the $900 Billion Stimulus Means for Restaurants: The Good, the Bad, and the Disappointing
The new bill arrives as restaurants stare down a bleak winter. And while it's better than nothing, many in the industry feel it's nowhere near enough.
IPO documents reveal how much money the company has lost this year even with a big upswing in business during COVID.
Dominique Crenn and other restaurateurs are taking no chances, even if it comes with a hefty price tag.