An attorney for the charged women told The New York Times the hostess suggested the vaccination cards were fake, spoke condescendingly to the group, who are Black, and used a racial slur. An attorney representing Carmine’s denied the claim.
McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Red Robin, Smashburger and more have National Cheeseburger Day offers for Sept. 18.
Three tourists from Texas were arrested after attacking a hostess at Carmine's on the Upper West Side, said the NYPD.
Virginia Oliver started trapping lobster when she was 8 years old. She's now 101 and is still doing it — aboard a lobster boat that bears her name.
It's a new take on the "rooftop garden" — workers from two taxi cooperatives in Thailand installed miniature veggie gardens on the roofs of cabs idled by the coronavirus crisis.
Pennsylvania's state-run liquor system is rationing sales of some booze in response to what it describes as supply shortages beyond its control.
More than 42 million Americans struggle every day with food insecurity. So Nunbelievable has partnered with City Relief to not only add their sweet treat to a meal but also to give away a meal.
The NYPD is searching for a pair of gunmen and a getaway driver in the shooting of a man outside Philippe Chow restaurant on the Upper East Side.
DoorDash is suing New York City over a new law that requires delivery companies to share customer data with restaurants.
Taco Bell is testing a monthly subscription service called the "Taco Lover’s Pass," which gives subscribers one taco a day for 30 days.
Enforcement of New York City's indoor vaccination mandate has started.
Taco Bell wants you to help eliminate waste by sending your used sauce packets to be recycled.
Three of the nation’s largest food delivery companies are suing New York City over a limit on fees it put in place during the pandemic to protect restaurants devastated by the forced closure of their dining rooms.
The Flagship Brewery Company on Staten Island has debuted an ale specifically brewed for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
Unregular Pizza was formed during the COVID-19 pandemic
National Cheese Pizza Day is celebrated annually on September 5, and it's time for you to celebrate in no-topping style.
It’s not a joke anymore. McDonald’s ice cream machines are broken so much of the time that the FTC is now investigating what’s going on in the kitchens of one of the world’s most popular fast-food chains, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Bojangles is closing all company-owned stores for two days to give its 8,000 employees a “well-deserved break” — though they won’t be paid.
As restaurants continue to face labor shortages, one Alabama pizzeria is so short-staffed it’s vowing to "literally hire anyone."
New York City is laying out new guidance for how indoor businesses should enforce entry to only vaccinated customers.