Unemployment recipients share why they returned to work during the pandemic despite $600 weekly boost
Some 30 million Americans are seeing drastically reduced unemployment benefits this week now that the $600 weekly enhancement has expired with little to show from lawmakers with regard to the next round of pandemic relief.
Food Industry Policy
You can’t eat a meal, down a shot, or sip a cup of coffee while wearing a mask.
Restaurant Dive 8/4
Though the Heals Act could give U.S. businesses an extended safety net as the novel coronavirus pandemic holds steady, the NRA and the Independent Restaurant Coalition say there are gaps in the plan that restaurants would slip through.
Good Day Sacramento 8/3
The owners of two El Dorado County restaurants have lost their health permits after openly defying state health rules. Café El Dorado and Apple Bistro face hundreds of dollars in fines, but the owners said they won’t close. Customers said they’ll keep coming if the doors stay open.
On the Side
Food Dive 8/4
These California onions have caused foodborne illnesses illness in three-quarters of U.S. states. The widespread geographic range of the products is compounded by the fact that onions are widely used.
Eater, San Francisco 8/4
Bernal Heights has village restaurants and bars running up Mission and down Cortland, but the sunny North Slope, filled with family homes radiating out from Precita Park, lost its back-pocket restaurant when Hillside Supper Club served its last chicken pot pie in April.
NBC, Bay Area 8/4
Business owners are looking for ways to stay afloat during the pandemic, and now an effort that benefits restaurants and bars is underway in San Francisco, one that offers food and alcoholic beverages to its customers.
ABC 7, 8/4
The Independent Restaurant Coalition tapped one of the most recognizable voices in entertainment to capture America’s attention and help shine a spotlight on the dark reality of what’s at stake for bars and restaurants in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Restaurant Business 8/4
With sales stabilizing at nearly pre-pandemic levels, Texas Roadhouse is resuming development of all its concepts, including the Jaggers drive-thru brand.
QSR Magazine August 2020
We are living in a time of unprecedented change in the economy and in the world at large, and nowhere is that more evident than in the restaurant industry. But out of every crisis also comes innovation and opportunity, as we’ve seen from decades of experience.