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The Daily Prep List 2.24.22


What worker shortage? How 3 Oakland restaurants keep their employees happy

Oaklandside 2/23

If you’ve dined out recently, you might have noticed some changes. Beyond the obvious new additions like vaccination cards and masks, there’s an overall change in culture at many restaurants, a brand new vibe.

The California Legislature Is Back in Town – Employers Should Monitor These 10 Bills

Fisher Phillips 2/23

The last two years have been an interesting respite for California employers.

Food Industry Policy

What’s next for parklets, evictions in Berkeley as COVID-19 ‘emergency’ ends

Berkeleyside 2/23

Some pandemic-forced changes will stick, while others — including aid for struggling tenants — face an uncertain future.

San Diego to Expedite Permanent Outdoor Dining in Coastal Areas, Including La Jolla 2/23

The city of San Diego is trying to expedite the approval process for its “Spaces as Places” program, which could make outdoor dining permanent.

On the Side

Why Dog Haus Is Excited About the Future of Ghost Kitchens

Restaurant Business 2/23

Gourmet hot dog concept Dog Haus was an early entrant into the virtual brands segment, launching several delivery-only restaurants in the pandemic’s earliest days.

Here Are the 2022 James Beard Awards Restaurant and Chef Semifinalists

Eater 2/23
Today in a press release, the James Beard Foundation revealed the semifinalist nominees for the 2022 James Beard Awards.

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