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The Daily Prep List: 06.04.20


Workers of popular Burma Superstar restaurant awarded $1.3 million in class-action lawsuit

The Mercury News 6/3

Workers of the popular local restaurant chain Burma Superstar have been awarded $1.3 million in a settlement after suing owners for unpaid and unfair wages.

Food Industry Policy

Curfews Continue Across California, Local Restaurants Endangered

California Globe 6/3

On Tuesday, many Northern and Southern California Counties entered another night of curfews due to continued unrest caused by the George Floyd protests and riots.

Following Intense Debate, Mayor London Breed Lifts San Francisco’s Controversial Curfew

Eater, San Francisco 6/3

Restaurants can close at their usual time Thursday night.

Restaurants scramble to navigate delivery as curfews continue in major cities across the country

Nation’s Restaurant News 6/3

As local curfews are put in place in response to protests and riots in major urban areas, restaurants are left to pick up the pieces again.

Cities Around The U.S. Are Closing Streets To Make Way For Al Fresco Dining

Forbes 6/3

Cities across the United States are letting restaurants take to the streets. From San Francisco to Chicago to New York City, metropolises of all sizes are relaxing their rules on outdoor dining to allow restaurants to set up tables outside.

Contra Costa County Reopening Order Leaves Restaurants Behind

Eater, San Francisco 6/3

Sit-down dining is back for some cities in the Bay Area, but if you’re in Contra Costa County, you’re still stuck with takeout. 

On the Side

Why California’s small businesses may not survive the coronavirus pandemic

Los Angeles Times 6/3

Whatever the medical benefits achieved from the prolonged coronavirus lockdown, California’s small business community will be suffering severe symptoms, likely for decades to come.

Under siege of challenges, some restaurant owners show solidarity online

Los Angeles Times 6/3

Shattered glass and graffiti made up the four-photo slideshow chef Josef Centeno posted online Saturday.

What Restaurants Will Survive Coronavirus?

CBS, SF Bay Area 6/3

The coronavirus pandemic is changing the restaurant landscape across the country in real time. In some places, restaurants remain closed as the virus ravages their community. 

A Day in the Life of a Delivery Driver

Modern Restaurant Management 6/3

At the moment, delivery and takeout are the lifeblood of the restaurant industry. 

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