The server, who is also a registered nurse, plans to use the money to give back to the community.
Wedding venues, especially those with outdoor space, are quickly filling up. However, some folks are choosing to wait until 2022 or even 2023.
Bimonte, known for his gregarious personality as much as his steaming hot pizza pies in New Haven, has died. He was 61, according to reports.
Alibi owner Alexi Minko needed to come up with about $15,000 by April. And he did it. He credited the generosity of donors and his landlord.
More restaurants are opening and seating capacity is increasing, but while diners are returning much of the staff needed to serve them is not.
Chipotle will be giving away $100,000 in free burritos and $100,000 in Bitcoin to celebrate National Burrito Day on April 1.
An upscale Detroit restaurant has a message for guests: Dress up and don't come in smelling like marijuana.
A special space for the deaf and hard of hearing is now open for business in Newark, but the road to getting up and running wasn't easy, especially over the last two years.
Forty-six percent of respondents to the survey said that their businesses will not survive without financial aid and ongoing policies to protect small business owners.
A pair of bartenders in Queens created an ice cream company through a pandemic and a cancer diagnosis.
Kent Taylor’s family said in a joint statement with Texas Roadhouse that the 65-year-old took his life last week after battling post-COVID-related symptoms, including severe tinnitus.
Allowable indoor capacity at New York City restaurants jumps to 50 percent from 35 percent.
New Jersey allowed restaurants and some businesses to expand their indoor capacity to 50% starting Friday as the Garden State continues to see a manageable decline in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.
Despite the easing of restrictions, coronavirus protocols are still in place like face masks, social distancing, and curfews.
Beginning Friday, all New York restaurants outside of New York City can open up their dining rooms at 75% capacity, while Connecticut is returning to full capacity for all businesses.
New York City's world-famous St. Patrick's Day Parade was canceled once again. And the holiday usually means big business for the city's bars and pubs, especially those with an Irish theme and Irish American history.
Restaurants like The Shannon Rose in Clifton, New Jersey are preparing to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in a new way this year due to the pandemic.
Local officials say they hope to raise enough money to keep the program running through 2021.
Ghost kitchens are exploding in popularity as city restaurants pivoted to takeout and delivery during the pandemic, and they could be here to stay.
Local restaurants and small businesses will be able to tap into over $7B included in the paycheck protection program.