Yahoo! Finance 11/7
The Mediterranean food chain plans to operate 1,000 locations in the US, which CEO Brett Schulman says is very manageable.
SF’s 54-year-old Waterfront Restaurant next to Ferry Building hit with class-action labor violation lawsuit
SF Gate 11/7
An iconic 54-year-old seafood restaurant on San Francisco’s waterfront has been hit with a class-action lawsuit. On Nov. 6, Savita Bayram filed a lawsuit against the Bundox Restaurant Corp., the corporation behind Waterfront Restaurant, alleging an “unlawful, unfair, and deceptive business practice.”
Food Industry Policy
NBC Los Angeles 11/7
An I-Team investigations found that when restaurant thieves are caught, which rarely happens, they’re often released on zero-bail and commit other crimes.
‘Everybody gone continue to walk RIGHT past it’: In-N-Out customer shows ‘warning sign’ allegedly hidden on door before entering
Daily Dot 11/7
In the bustling world of fast food, a Tiktoker threw a spotlight on what many might miss in their rush for a quick burger and fries.
On the Side
Los Angeles Times 11/7
The California Restaurant Foundation, a nonprofit organization focused on California’s hospitality industry, opened applications for the second time in 2023 for grants from its Restaurants Care Resilience Fund.
The San Francisco Chronicle 11/8
It can be easy to get lost in the gloomy news about frequent restaurant closures, but look to a host of new Bay Area food businesses for a dose of optimism.