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Even though many remain open, small businesses are feeling the impact of omicron

Small businesses across the country are feeling the impact of the increase in new cases of COVID-19, mainly due to the omicron variant. The spread of the virus is causing staff problems, higher costs and fewer customers, they say. Some companies have said they have been forced to shut down …

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Omicron marks a difficult year for restaurateurs

ARTESIA, Calif .– As 2021 draws to a close, Rishi Patel is back to square one. “We are in the same place as last year – closed,” said Patel, co-owner of Dip Shabu Shabu, a restaurant in Artesia. “I was closed at the start of the year. Now I’m temporarily …

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Italian restaurants ask for help as COVID bites into New Year’s bookings | World news

ROME (Reuters) – Italian restaurant and club owners are seeking urgent government support amid increased cancellations caused by an upsurge in coronavirus infections, they said in a statement on Wednesday. The Fipe-Confcommercio group of companies said the growing number of cases and the quarantine rules imposed on close contacts of …

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Los Angeles food writers share their favorite restaurants in 2021

Welcome to the Year in Eater 2021 – an annual tradition that looks back on the ups, downs and intermediates of the Los Angeles restaurant scene. Today, LA’s top food writers, editors, and food journalists share their most visited restaurants of the year. Caroline Pardilla, freelance writer and contributor to …

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Omicron, this year’s unwanted SoCal Christmas guest

The past year has been a lonely Christmas for Michi Chang and her family. The coronavirus has prevented them from celebrating the holidays with their family and friends. But COVID-19 vaccines have brought a sense of normalcy to their lives this year. They celebrated Christmas with family and friends and …

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BizHawk: Opening of the Mr. B restaurant at La Cumbre Plaza in Santa Barbara | Business

BizHawk is published weekly and includes material of interest to the business community. Share your company’s news, including employee announcements and staff movements, via email [email protected]. Wait to try the orange juice. Baha Shehab, otherwise known as “Monsieur B”, has opened a restaurant specializing in Middle Eastern cuisine on the …

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Los Angeles restaurants and nightlife gearing up for Omicron Surge – The Hollywood Reporter

Just as the LA hotel industry began to recover from the latest wave of the COVID-19 virus, restaurants and nightlife venues are bracing for the effects of the burgeoning omicron variant and considering the possibility of further restrictions. Almost two years after the start of the pandemic, closed doors and …

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La Jolla streetscape plan gets approval from permit and traffic review boards

Having already received the green light from the La Jolla Planned District Ordinance Committee, a village streetscape improvement plan was approved this week by the La Jolla Development Permit Review Committee and Council. traffic and transport. The DPR committee voted unanimously on Dec. 14 to approve the proposal in concept …

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Firehouse Subs opens first location in New Iberia and launches new restaurant design in Louisiana

Firehouse Subs franchisees, left to right: Calvin Hoge, Heather Pitts and Brian Hoge. New Iberia, LA (RestaurantNews.com) Fire station submarines® is pleased to announce the grand opening of its very first Community Design restaurant in Louisiana. Located in New Iberia at 901 S. Lewis Street, the new restaurant, owned by …

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Some of Napa Valley’s Best Restaurants Share Recipes to Help Employees and Those in Need

When the Glass Fire ravaged Napa County in September 2020, it was just the latest calamity to hit the iconic wine country in the past decade. For journalist Jess Lander, an eleven-year-old resident who covered the 2014 earthquake and the 2017 Atlas Peak fire, it hit home. The house she …

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