U.S. sales of alcoholic beverages rose 55% in the week ending March 21
Home chefs can get their fix of Shake Shack.
The fiery food personality teamed up with the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) on the initiative.
As many as 30,000 California restaurants could close permanently because of coronavirus restrictions that have shuttered dining rooms and led to widespread layoffs, the industry warned Friday, while urging the state to delay tax payments and planned minimum-wage increases to help the ailing businesses.
On Tuesday, March 31 Taco Bell will be giving a free 'Doritos Locos Taco" to everyone in America.
Federico's Pizza in Belmar, New Jersey took out a $50,000 loan to ensure its workers have a job for at least the next two months, spurring a surge of pay-it-forward donations as they help keep people and essential workers fed.
The South San Francisco-based company posted a message on its website, saying it is not taking any orders and temporarily shutting down, on the guidance of health authorities.
Businesses from across our region, struggling to stay afloat, are still finding time to help their communities.
In the battle to keep their New York City restaurant going despite sharp restrictions during the coronavirus outbreak, the owners of Il Posto Accanto are relying on something Beatrice Tosci would have considered sacrilege in normal times.
The generous move comes as many restaurants and food service workers are struggling to make ends meet during the coronavirus outbreak.
Cheesecake Factory said that they have suffered a severe decrease in restaurant traffic," which has caused a "tremendous financial blow" amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
The free dozens will be available starting March 30.
“Taps are off. But tips are needed,” reads the text in a video the company tweeted. “Click to donate to the millions out of work. We’ll start with $1,000,000.”
Chef Floyd Cardoz, a critically praised chef and TV celebrity, died of complications from the coronavirus. He was 59.
A suburban Chicago restaurant is offering a unique perk with every to-go order in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak: a roll of toilet paper.
Some of New York City's most iconic eateries have been through a lot, but this pandemic, and the steps New York and other places are taking to fight it is like nothing they've ever seen.
With bars shuttered and stressed-out workers stuck at home, companies and friend groups across the U.S. are holding happy hours over video chat.
The governor wants you to stay home. Only essential stores and businesses will be open. But not to worry: you'll be able to get that bottle to red, bottle of white to help you get through this.
Food, tourism, entertainment and hospitality are industries that are being especially hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
A coalition of chefs and restaurateurs are working together to feed people in need as the coronavirus outbreak continues in Westchester County.