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The Daily Prep List: 04.05.21



Veg News 4/3

Los Angeles-based chef Michael Voltaggio recently donated $10,000 to vegan restaurant Crossroads Kitchen after winning the first round of a cooking competition on the Food Network’s Tournament of Champions.

Local restaurant owners struggle to find workers

FOX13 Memphis 4/2

While the latest U.S. job report shows things are looking up, some restaurant owners in the Mid-South say they are struggling to attract workers. 

Food Industry Policy

The Cats restaurant fined $77,500 for breaking COVID rules, allegedly offering ‘adult entertainment’

The East Bay Times 4/3

The Cats restaurant and bar — a landmark of sorts for Santa Cruz-bound drivers because of its prominent presence along southbound Highway 17 —  has been fined $77,500 for allegedly providing late-night live adult entertainment indoors and violating other COVID-19 public health orders, according to Santa Clara County records.

Nevada Could Allow Cannabis Consumption Lounges

KTVN 4/3

“You could have a nightclub-type vibe with stand-up comedy, maybe you have live music, maybe it looks more like a restaurant where there’s plated dinner that has cannabis-infused food, maybe it looks more like a traditional bar,” Yeager said.

On the Side

California tribe’s brewery serves beer with side of culture

The Sacramento Bee 4/3

As Southern California’s first craft brewery on tribal lands, 3R Brewery, as it’s known, aims to educate beer lovers about the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians and inspire young tribal members with a passion for hops.

Man breaks into a Morro Bay restaurant’s crab tank, drives off with live crabs

The Fresno Bee 4/3

The Morro Bay Police Department is searching for a man suspected of stealing live crabs from a Morro Bay restaurant’s outdoor tank, according to Giovanni’s Fish Market Owner Giovanni DeGarimore.

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