What started out as a vision for opera in small venues quickly blossomed into a reality, when opera enthusiast Leopoldo Mucci hosted his first opera night on July 25, 1995.
The Argosy gastropub in East Atlanta put up a sign in their window warning customers they have to be vaccinated if they want to eat and drink there.
From Italian ice flavors to Taco Bell items, there are national ingredient shortages.
New York is the city that never sleeps. But the pandemic seems to have made early bird dining more of a thing now.
A confrontation inside a Shake Shack restaurant in downtown Detroit which turned into a brawl, spilling out into the parking lot with 10 or 12 girls swinging, caught on video.
The owners of a Chinese food restaurant shared video of two women they believe were drunk as they attempted to fry dumplings when the restaurant was closed.
A survey of U.S. adults found that tipping habits did not improve during the COVID-19 pandemic, despite a boom in the food delivery service industry.
To celebrate their 63rd anniversary, IHOP is offering pancakes for 58-cents on July 13.
For the seventh year in a row, Chick-fil-A has been chosen as America's top fast-food retaurant, coming in first for customer satisfaction while McDonald's ranked at the bottom of the list.
The sandwich chain will also be giving away 1M free subs on July 13 to celebrate the revamp.
Restaurateur George Gallego knows from personal experience how difficult it can be navigating New York City streets and businesses in a wheelchair.
With the lifting of New York's state of emergency, the popular alcohol-to-go provision is ending, disappointing restaurants and customers.
Subway’s tuna was tested by a food lab commissioned by the New York Times. The lab said it found “no amplifiable tuna DNA” in the sample.
The gay bar of the past was much different than the one we think of today where every inch is covered in rainbow flags. So many have played and continue to play a vital role in the city.
Wing shortages are the latest problem to plague poultry producers who have struggled to keep up with demand that has skyrocketed with the reopening of the economy and due to a number of fast-food chains having recently introduced chicken sandwiches.
Gabriele Lamonaca had a dream of opening a pizzeria in New York. During the pandemic, he built a following on Instagram by posting photos of his pizza creations and then bartering them away.
On the tony Massachusetts island of Nantucket, your restaurant server at that upscale restaurant this summer may have just come from middle school.
If the price for just about everything seems to be going up, that's because it is.
Many products and services have launched subscriptions. Businesses love the recurring revenue and consumers love the convenience. But how many subscriptions do we really have and need?
The indoor dining curfew in New York State ends Monday, at the same time the COVID-19 positivity rate is at a record low.