Restaurants in some COVID-19 hot spots in New York can once again offer limited indoor dining, the governor's office said Thursday.
In a blog post published Tuesday, Yelp announced it will prompt users to say whether or not they observed restaurant staff wearing masks and observing social distancing.
The folks at Carroll's Kitchen, a nonprofit, cook and deliver well-balanced, nutritional meals across Long Island. People who can pay can order from the website.
The pandemic has limited the way artists can display their works, but one program is pairing them with local restaurants, allowing them to transform outdoor dining spaces into works of art.
Now many New York City restaurants are not only offering hot meals but also frozen dinners.
Last New Year's Eve, Bella Luna on the Upper West Side seated more than 200 people. This year, it hopes to seat 20.
Monster Pho made 24,000 meals for people in need
A lawyer for the Mac's Public House on Staten Island says criminal summonses against the bar's owners have been dropped.
At least 80 In-N-Out Burger employees have tested positive for coronavirus, according to data published by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment.
The 'Blue Bloods' actor said he was inspired by co-star Donnie Walhberg's 'tip challenge'
A legendary Hell's Kitchen landmark, the West Bank Cafe is hoping that a star-studded telethon will help it stay open until the curtains raise on Broadway once again.
New legislation would limit the fees that apps can charge restaurants through 2022 to allow them time to recover from the pandemic.
While more retailers and restaurants than usual may be shutting their doors this Christmas, shoppers and would-be diners aren't completely out of luck.
New York City restaurants owners are considering banning Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio from eating at their establishments -- a move to hit back against the latest restrictions banning indoor dining during the frigid winter months as well as constantly shifting rules during the coronavirus pandemic that have forced business owners to pay out of pocket with little government assistance.
Servers may have to share tips with co-workers who have traditionally not received tips in the past, according to a new rule announced by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Doug and Kim White of Illinois recently turned their van into a private dining room on wheels, complete with a checkered cloth-covered table and soft lighting.
Restaurants in New York City say they can't keep up with the always-changing guidelines for outdoor dining.
The nor'easter slamming our area this evening doesn't mean food delivery workers have stopped
The coronavirus pandemic has upended economies in the United States and across the world.
Restaurants had to shut down street dining areas due to the snowstorm.