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The Daily Prep List 7.10.2023


How to Address Today’s Severe Restaurant Staffing Challenge

QSR Magazine 7/1

Unable to reimplement pre-COVID-19 operating hours, restaurants must rethink, retool, and revitalize how to attract and retain employees.

Labor Advocates Use West Coast Heat To Press For More Say On Fast-Food Pay

Restaurant Business 6/29

The bill, called the Fast Food Accountability and Standards Recovery Act, would establish an 11-person Fast Food Sector Council to set and review workplace standards in the state’s quick-service market.

Food Industry Policy

East Bay diners may remain unmasked, for now

Berkeleyside 6/30

If recent headlines have you wondering if you’ll need to tighten your mask protocols when dining indoors, the answer (for now) is no.


EdHat Santa Barbara 7/7

This past Tuesday, City Council opted to play a rousing game of “kick the can,” thereby sentencing State Street to a minimum of three years of continued closure.

On the Side

Diners are shocked to see a 4% ’employee healthcare’ fee on their bills at an LA restaurant — but the owner says it’s common

Insider 7/7

The owner of a highly-acclaimed Los Angeles restaurant said his staff is receiving hate mail and threats of protests after a local podcaster called out the 40-seat bistro this week on social media for adding a 4% surcharge.

Michelin or World’s 50 Best Restaurants: Which is more relevant?

Los Angeles Times 7/8

One world guide ignores Latin America, the other celebrates it. Does Virgilio Martínez’s new No. 1 ranking for his Peru restaurant give new relevance to global rankings?

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