The Sacramento Bee 7/30
What’s truly frightening, she said, is the prospect of the delta variant sparking another severe lockdown order. “We’re all surviving as restaurant owners,” she said. “I can’t tell you how devastating that would be.”
QSR Magazine 7/29
The Department of Labor noted that the rescinded rule included descriptions of a joint employer that were contrary to statutory language and Congressional intent and that it failed to take into account prior guidance.
Food Industry Policy
San Francisco Chronicle 7/30
Recently, I did something I don’t normally do on a weekday: I went to Vesuvio Cafe and had a beer. While that’s not the strangest thing an adult San Franciscan could do on a Monday, I went specifically to see how the North Beach bar was handling its vaccine requirement for entry.
The Sacramento Bee 7/29
Masks are again required in indoor public places regardless of vaccination status in Sacramento County, health officials announced Thursday morning.
On the Side
The Counter 7/29
From small, incremental additions and subtractions to complete menu overhauls, the pandemic has prompted chefs around the country to rethink what they serve.
NBC, San Diego 7/28
Over 75 new restaurants have opened in San Diego alone since the pandemic began — a sign of hope after almost two years of repeated closures and layoffs dealt an especially devastating blow to the industry.