Koreatown Is An LA Dining Destination. But Most Of Its Restaurant Workers Can’t Afford Adequate Housing
L.A.’s culinary scene is already diverse, and this neighborhood provides a huge variety of densely-packed dining options. But when it comes to housing, Koreatown restaurant workers are provided with few choices.
California Healthline 10/24
California continues to burnish its reputation as a progressive state for health policy as Gov. Gavin Newsom signed bills expanding paid sick leave, adding bereavement leave for miscarriages, and boosting wages for health workers.
Food Industry Policy
A ban on sidewalk vendors on Hollywood Boulevard is racist, one councilman says, as the council considers reworking city rules.
Restaurant Business Online 10/24
This week’s Working Lunch features an interview with Townsend Brown, a policy analyst with Multistate, who discusses a law in the state that will require large companies to disclose data on their global carbon footprints. How will companies comply with the rule and could they face legal action?
On the Side
San Francisco Chronicle 10/24
These are the Bay Area’s best hot dogs, good for any occasion — not that you need one.
Los Angeles Eater 10/23
The editors at Eater LA dine out several times a week, if not per day, which means we’re always encountering standout dishes that deserve time in the limelight. Here’s the very best of everything the team has eaten this month.