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Survey: Restaurant and bar patrons are not flocking back to their...

Casual dining restaurants are seeing more business than fine dining establishments.

New Covid restrictions on some NY businesses, homes

With record numbers of new cases of Covid-19 being reported around the country and infection rates in New York and neighboring states on the...

PepsiCo seeks to expand Black ownership of franchise restaurants

Only 8% of restaurants are owned by African Americans.

Survey: 4 in 10 Americans feel safe with indoor restaurant dining

46% of men and 34% of women felt dining indoors was safe.

PepsiCo teams with Red Lobster for new menu specialties

The first item is the Dew Garita, a cocktail made from MTN Dew.

One in six restaurants closed since pandemic began

Nearly 3 million employees are still out of work.

Empire City Casino to reopen Sept. 21

Against the background of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo having announced that casinos and video lottery terminal facilities were allowed to reopen starting today with...

Cuomo imposes new rules for bars, restaurants

All bars and restaurants in New York state will have to comply with new regulations as a result of instances in which people were...

New economic landscape: Hudson Valley merchants, government realign priorities

With the Mid-Hudson Valley region having moved into the third phase of New York state’s four-phase COVID-19 reopening plan on June 23, some businesses...

PepsiCo Foodservice’s initiatives to aid restaurant owners and workers

The company pledged $1 million to help launch the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund.

Norwalk’s Booking Holdings details financial damage from COVID-19

Room night reservations are down 85% from one year ago.

Westchester chefs brew up a million-gallon idea: Soup for the needy...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8w90QLW6nE&feature=youtu.be The mandated closing of restaurants due to the COVID-19 outbreak means there's a lot of excess kitchen capacity. In Westchester County, a group of...

New study names Yonkers the second-worst U.S. city for newlyweds

Destify ranked Pittsburgh as the best place for living happily ever after.

15 local businesses received liquor license suspensions in 2019

The violations ranged from the sale of alcohol to a minor to brawling on the premises.

CBRE report details the restaurant industry’s impact on commercial real estate

The industry is being reshaped by the rise of delivery-only restaurants, also known as ghost kitchens.