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The Daily Prep List 6.16.2023


38 L.A. County restaurants receive funding from California Restaurant Foundation L.A.

Business Journal 6/14

The $2.1 million fund, supported by SoCalGas and other California utility companies, is the largest to date in terms of overall funding, individual grant sizes and grant utilization.

The 8 Most Shocking Takeaways From the New Report on Hi Felicia

SF Eater 6/8

The whirlwind closure of Oakland’s Hi Felicia on May 24 following a highly publicized burglary led to multiple reports about the difficult work environment at both the permanent restaurant that opened in 2022 and in Hi Felicia’s early days as a pop-up.

Food Industry Policy

Dems save Josh Newman – Newman saves Sempra

San Diego Reader 6/14

State Senate Democrat Josh Newman, recalled from office in June 2018 thanks to big money raised by San Diego Republican politico and radio star Carl DeMaio, has picked up a free meal worth $92 at Brea’s Slapfish restaurant, courtesy of Sempra Energy, another well-heeled San Diego political player.

Anaheim voters to decide on $25 minimum wage

FOX11 6/15

ANAHEIM, Calif. – In Anaheim, voters will decide later this year if the city should raise its minimum wage to $25 for hotel and event workers.

On the Side

Could this food-filled night market be an antidote to S.F.’s doom loop narrative?

San Francisco Chronicle 6/13

Last year, Joel Engardio was eating his way through one of Taiwan’s bustling night markets, waiting among throngs of people clamoring for deep-fried snacks, toys and other wares, when it occurred to him: Why not bring a night market to San Francisco?

Everywhere You Need to Eat in San Diego Right Now

Thrillest 6/13

San Diego may be famous for fish tacos and craft beer, but why stop there? There’s so much more to this beach town’s culinary scene than fast-casual dining (although there’s still plenty of that).

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