FSR Magazine 9/24
More than 1,600 restaurants are paying an average wage of $13.50 plus tips across 41 states, according to a new report from One Fair Wage, as operators continue to battle for labor and retention.
KCRA 3, 9/23
South Lake Tahoe’s food and beverage workers have been struggling for a year and a half. From COVID-19 lockdowns to wildfires, many are currently unable to work, receive tips or return home after being evacuated from the Caldor Fire.
Food Industry Policy
San Francisco Chronicle 9/23
The vaccine mandate is only one aspect of a dip in business, however: Many owners also attribute it to concerns about the delta variant and the typical late-summer slowdown.
Los Angeles Times 9/23
The Encinitas City Council has passed a sweeping building ordinance that, with few exceptions, will eliminate installing natural gas infrastructure on new residential and commercial construction within city limits.
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Modern Restaurant Management 9/24
Delivery is an essential part of restaurants nowadays, which is why there are more restaurants partnering with third-party delivery services, even if they already have their own in-house delivery.
The Sacramento Bee 9/24
A half-hour drive from the state Capitol, Restaurant Josephine is one of the best additions to greater Sacramento’s dining scene in the last two years. Yet, if Michelin inspectors stick to the same guidelines as their last visit to the region, Josephine has no chance of being featured in the 2021 California Guide that comes out Tuesday.