The popular Times Square tourist spot ‘Ellen’s Stardust Diner’ is getting ready to reopen October 1, along with its famous singing waitstaff.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's rules for indoor dining in the city include 25% occupancy, temperature checks, one member of each party must provide contact information for tracing, masks when not seated, tables six feet apart, no bar service, and restaurants must close at midnight.
The wait is finally over! You can finally eat inside your favorite New York City restaurant again.
Restaurants can offer outdoor dining year-round, announced Mayor Bill de Blasio Friday.
Good news for food lovers, eating outdoors has been made permanent in New York City.
McDonald's rolled out all-day breakfast with great fanfare but it might be gone for good.
A robot could be replacing your restaurant server.
A proposal would extend outdoor dining indefinitely for restaurants in New York City.
A bill to allow restaurants to add a 10 percent dining surcharge to help cover costs related to COVID-19.
There is a proposal to extend outdoor dining indefinitely for restaurants in New York City, to help them stay in business.
Struggling restaurants in New York City got a boost from the City Council on Wednesday after members voted to pass a bill allowing owners to add a special 10 percent COVID surcharge to diners’ bills.
The cocktail made with a “top-secret recipe” will be available for order at select Red Lobster restaurants starting in September.
A woman at a KFC in California was filmed screaming at employees — and even jumping on the counter of the restaurant — after she was allegedly refused service for not wearing a mask.
A members-only restaurant in Pennsylvania has apologized for a sign displayed on a wall that some people called racist, according to posts on social media.
People who tested positive for COVID-19 were twice as likely to report eating or drinking at a bar or restaurant in the past two weeks, according to the CDC.
Indoor dining at restaurants in New York City can resume at 25 percent capacity beginning on Sept. 30 with additional safety measures, announced Gov. Andrew Cuomo Wednesday.
From Tuesday Sept. 8 through Sept. 30, Wawa stores will offer free, any size coffee to all teachers and members of school administration.
There could be a lot fewer restaurants in New York due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As the number of coronavirus cases fall in the U.S., governors in hard-hit states are rethinking lockdown orders on bars.
Restaurants across New Jersey were allowed to reopen their doors to diners on Friday as of 6 a.m. following an announcement by Gov. Phil Murphy earlier this week that enough progress had been made in the battle against the coronavirus.