New York restaurants

Biggest Hits of the Week – The New York Times

Here at Five Weeknight Plats, we always strive to bring you delicious and interesting dinner ideas that won’t take too long to prepare – time that you might not have in the first place. (You’re busy!) I’m talking about the recipes with the shiny twist, the sharp shortcut, the technique …

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Restaurants raise wages and offer signing bonuses

For Cohen, it was not only about challenging the very concept of tipping, which she described as “inherently racist and sexist,” but also about attracting and keeping workers. “Everyone gives the impression that the difficulties in finding staff are a post-pandemic problem,” she said. “But it was also real before …

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New York’s thriving restaurants lead the way for pandemic

Too many “experts” see restaurants as optional for the economy as a whole. But right now they’re the only economy we have. A recent New York Times editorial lamented that elected officials “seemed more concerned with reopening bars and restaurants than safely reopening schools.” Yet our cafes, bistros, brasseries, trattorias, …

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Pop-up dinners have endurance

NEW YORK – Pop-up restaurants, many of which started as interim measures by struggling chefs and owners, may gain power as consumers continue to embrace take-out and delivery and the delta variant threatens to make the meal less an option. Pop-up restaurants can take a variety of forms, from a …

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Nando’s, a restaurant chain, fights the chicken shortage

LONDON – If Oliver Twist sang a modernized version of ‘Food, Glorious Food’, it could be re-appropriated as’ Nando’s, glorious Nando’s! Since the Johannesburg-based restaurant chain opened its first store in London in 1992, its signature chicken peri peri has won over UK consumers. Marinated with a variation of Afro-Portuguese …

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New York restaurants awarded for best outdoor dining setups

Alfresco NYC, a new coalition composed of Design Trust for Public Space, Regional Plan Association and Tri-State Transportation Campaign, today announced the winners of its Alfresco Awards, which recognize the best outdoor meal drawings. The winners were selected by Alfresco NYC hospitality and business development professionals, journalists and mobility advocates. …

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A third of America’s bridges are structurally deficient, a restaurant barge arrives in New York, and more

Greetings and welcome to another Friday edition of Adaily digest of digestion. It’s almost the weekend, so here’s what you need to know before Saturday and Sunday: One-third of America’s bridges are in urgent need of repair The American Road and Transportation Builders Association’s latest assessment of American infrastructure looks …

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New York Restaurant Week returns as dining rooms reopen

The famous New York Restaurant Week is back for a summer 2021 edition, from July 19 to August 22. Locals and visitors can choose from over 500 participants, including over 25 Wine spectator Restaurant Award-winning destinations. Launched in 1992, Restaurant Week showcases the city’s vibrant dining scene, making restaurant dining …

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How servers in New York took over

New York City’s recovery will largely depend on the success of a restaurant industry now forced to expand its definition of prosperity to include the capacity of workers, both front and back. the house, to live decently. In this case, the rhetoric of returning to normal is inappropriate, because “normal” …

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Are outdoor dining in New York permanent?

What does eternity mean to you? Is this the logical conclusion of a love story, an optimistic view of the afterlife, or rush hour hyperbole? Specifically, and to borrow a word from Mayor de Blasio about alfresco dining, what does something permanent? A promise, an affirmation, a simple hope printed …

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Are masks a new signifier of social class?

One recent Sunday night at Bilboquet, a must-see restaurant in the Hamptons, well-to-do diners munched on $ 475 cans of Osetra caviar. A handsome man showed his gold Audemars Piguet watch to his brilliant companion. A group of 10 people dressed in striped polo shirts and rompers danced to a …

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Why is there a shortage of blue crab in Maryland?

“We send our children to school, we send them to university,” he said. “A person doesn’t go to high school, elementary school or community college for a certain type of fishing and becomes a waterman. Your kids aren’t learning to pick crabs. Seasonal workers, he said, have traditionally filled a …

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NY COVID by: Sunday June 27, 2021

NEW YORK – Find the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic in New York State and New York City, including data on positive cases and other indicators, as well as information from local authorities. States Reluctant to Adopt Digital Verification of COVID Vaccines Customers who wish to drink wine, dine, …

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List of closed restaurants in New York, May 2021

More than a year after the first indoor restaurant closures in New York City, restaurants and bars continue to close. At least 1,000 have closed since March 2020 due to the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Among them are new neighborhood favorites like Uncle Boons and MeMe’s Dinner, …

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New York restaurants open at full capacity

The doors to the Bel Aire Diner in Astoria have been open all year round, but from Wednesday you can walk through them without a mask, if you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Additionally, restaurants like Bel Aire can officially operate at 100% capacity, but with limits. “Super excited, super …

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