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The Daily Prep List 6.28.2023


Is tipping out of hand? You need a ‘moral compass’ to figure it out, California expert says

Sacramento Bee 6/28

“Tipping culture” is a hotly-debated topic that seems to come up every time you’re dining out or grabbing a drink. You’ve probably heard the question before: Has tipping gotten out of hand?

Food server sues San Francisco’s Moscone Center over alleged withholding of tips

SF Gate 6/27

San Francisco’s Moscone Convention Center and its catering company are being sued over allegations it withheld tips from food servers, according to a recent lawsuit.

Food Industry Policy

No more flame-grilled burgers? How gas bans may change food.

E&E News 6/28

At a Brooklyn corner restaurant, for the last half-century, some of this city’s most celebrated pizza slices have slid piping hot out of the same piece of equipment: a gas oven.

Santa Barbara’s State Street Promenade to Remain Closed to Vehicles Through at Least 2026

Noozhawk 6/27

Dining parklets and bicyclists can remain on State Street, the Santa Barbara City Council decided Tuesday. It also voted to keep the street closed to vehicles.

On the Side

‘Really freaked me out’: Here’s how chefs who got COVID dealt with loss of smell and taste

San Francisco Chronicle 6/28

Sergio Monleón, chef-owner of the popular Berkeley tapas bar La Marcha, was in a panic. Just as he was preparing to open his new concept restaurant Ibéxico in 2021, he suddenly lost his sense of smell.

An Eater’s Guide to San Diego

Eater 6/27

Unofficial, highly opinionated information about America’s Finest City.

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