A decade later, the Fight for $15’s wins are shaping the economy
The Hill 11/30
On a chilly November morning in 2012, chants and cheers erupted in Midtown Manhattan and echoed across New York City and the nation as fast food cooks and cashiers walked off the job with a bold demand: $15 an hour and a union.
What The Midterm Elections Revealed About Restaurants’ Political Resolve
Restaurant Business 11/30
Has the restaurant industry lost its fire for fighting wage hikes?
Food Industry Policy
Sacramento moves forward plan requiring new buildings to run on 100% electricity
Sacramento is continuing work on its plan to require new buildings to run entirely on electricity.
What we learned about RRF this week
Welcome to First Bite, a Nation’s Restaurant News podcast, your daily source of news from NRN hosted by Holly Petre.
On the Side
Fat Brands opens first tri-branded restaurant in California
Restaurant Dive 11/30
- Fat Brands has opened its first tri-branded location in Southern California, the company announced Tuesday.
Northern California restaurant reopens four years after devastating Camp Fire
Barney O’Rourke’s, a popular decades-old bar and grill in Paradise, California, reopened four years after the Camp Fire left the neighborhood gem in ruins.