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The Daily Prep List 10.26.2023


California Supreme Court ends Disneyland’s fight against Anaheim wage law

The Los Angeles Times 10/25

The California Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal from Disney as to whether an Anaheim wage law applies to its lowest-paid theme park workers —setting the stage for the Disneyland resort to boost wages for many of its workers.

Late-Night Hot Dogs and Tacos Are Exempt From the Mission District’s Street Vendor

San Francisco Eater 10/26

District 9 supervisor Hilary Ronen is rolling out a temporary vendor ban in November. But it won’t impact food vendors.

Food Industry Policy

New California law sparks confusion over restaurant fees. Here’s what it really means.

San Francisco Chronicle 10/25

A new state law that bans hidden fees will not prohibit restaurant from using service charges, the attorney general of California confirmed.

Calistoga to keep Lincoln Avenue parklets – for now

Press Democrat 10/25

Three Lincoln Avenue parklets in Calistoga, which have brought outdoor seating to restaurants in the area, will likely be allowed to stick around for at least the next year.

On the Side

Heyma, Teaspoon openings expand Berkeley beverage options

Nosh 10/24

A running list of new restaurants opening in Berkeley, Oakland and beyond.

6 unique tacos that could only exist in Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Times 10/25

In Los Angeles, the taco has for decades served as a canvas for diverse chefs who have long called the city home and likely grew up folding convenient ingredients from their own cultures into tortillas.

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