Restaurants Business 11/6
Midway through 3Q earnings, it appears wage inflation remains a challenge, but restaurants are fully staffed, turnover is low and efforts to optimize efficiency are paying off.
As the California Employment Development Department begins an unprecedented five year, $1.2 billion overhaul, a year-long CalMatters investigation uses internal documents to tell the story behind the state’s COVID unemployment crash – what went wrong, what the state’s trying to fix and whether any of it could happen again.
Food Industry Policy
San Clemente Times Times 11/6
With the upcoming expiration of the city’s outdoor dining program, the San Clemente City Council will discuss whether to extend the initiative to mid-2026 on Tuesday night, Nov 7.
The Sacramento Bee 11/6
Inflation may not be the only reason Californians are dealing with high prices at the grocery store.
On the Side
The Mercury News 11/6
Ramen, smash burgers and chicken sandwiches are among the meals on offer.
San Francisco Chronicle 11/6
New Peninsula and South Bay restaurants that opened in recent weeks range from a rooftop stunner to a cozy neighborhood spot for Nepalese food.