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The Daily Prep List 6.08.2023


A small world: How caste discrimination came to California

CalMatters 6/8

Like many recent arrivals to California, Prem Pariyar searched for work and a home within communities of fellow immigrants.

Inside the shocking rise and fall of one of the wildest restaurants California has ever seen

San Francisco Chronicle 6/8

It was hailed as a culturally momentous, radically inclusive restaurant run by a young Black queer woman determined to upend the norms of fine dining.

Food Industry Policy

Opinion: Consumer convenience is key to making bottle bills work

The Mercury News 6/8

Since the 1970s, when the “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” campaign was born, we’ve all been taught that if we put our food and beverage containers and cardboard in a special bin, these materials will receive new life.

Bill is introduced to bring down restaurants’ swipe fees

Restaurant Business 6/7

Restaurants would be able to shop for lower credit-card processing fees under a bipartisan bill that was introduced in both chambers of the U.S. Congress on Wednesday.

On the Side

180+ Independent Restaurants Receive $5,000 Grant From California Restaurant Foundation’s Resilience Fund

Restaurant News 6/7

Sacramento, CA ( The California Restaurant Foundation (CRF), a nonprofit that invests in and empowers California restaurants and their workforce, has proudly awarded 184 independent restaurants with $5,000 grants as part of its third consecutive Restaurants Care® Resilience Fund.

The 30-year feud between two San Francisco clown restaurants


“You ask any cab driver in town where the best burger is, and they’d say Clown Alley — and they’d mean us,” San Francisco restaurateur Bill Pailhe told reporters in 1994. “But sometimes people went to the other one.”

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