1 Dallas restaurant honored on Esquire’s “best” list

In Squire In the magazine’s list of America’s 40 Best New Restaurants for 2021, only one Dallas-Fort Worth location made the list: Chef Tiffany Derry’s Roots Southern Table restaurant at Farmers Branch. It is the same restaurant rented by the New York Times in October 2021 – the only location …

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Restaurant owner WeHo fears rising wages could lead to job losses

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA – As a West Hollywood restaurant owner, Walter Schild kept his restaurant afloat during the pandemic; However, the city’s latest wage hike, as its restaurant recovers, could be another hurdle. “We’ll have to cut back on the hours, we won’t reopen for brunch and I think some …

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The real challenge of Indonesia’s large informal economy

In a surge of self-confidence, Indonesian President Joko Widodo, better known as Jokowi, bragged to leaders of G20 countries at the recent Rome summit that his country’s economy has remained resilient in the face of to the Covid-19 pandemic – thank you, he said, to 65 million micro, small and …

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HBO Max Amplifies Black Voices at Scene in Black Chicago Launch

Last Saturday was a celebration of black voices as HBO Max traveled to Chicago to celebrate the launch of its Scene in Black initiative. This audience-centric business is the streaming giant’s latest social platform to amplify black content, talent and creatives by connecting them with their fans. To commemorate the …

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Tokki reinvents Korean bar with small plain plates laden with truffles in Koreatown

LA’s Koreatown has a new modern Korean restaurant worth checking out called Tokki, which opened a few weeks ago in mid-October in the busy Chapman Plaza complex on the corner of Sixth and Alexandria. The restaurant comes from four partners who know their respective white-collar jobs (Alex Park, Yohan Park, …

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For these Oakland restaurants, popularity is a blessing and a curse

During the pandemic, long-standing restaurants closed permanently while new establishments struggled to find their place. Even restaurants that have successfully racked up a loyal following say they face staffing issues, supply chain delays and shortages, and the detrimental impact the service industry has on their mental and physical health. . …

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Sono Group and SweetGreen among IPOs this week

Eight companies, including a solar electric car company and a restaurant chain known for its salads, went public this week as the IPO market prepares to close for the Thanksgiving holiday. New broadcasts are typically suspended during Thanksgiving, which this year falls on November 25. No IPO is scheduled for …

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Here’s what’s happening in Lakeview and Roscoe Village this holiday season

LAKEVIEW – The Lakeview Roscoe Village Chamber of Commerce has released a calendar of holiday-themed activities that support local businesses. From a neighborhood tree-lighting ceremony to ice-carving demonstrations, the series of events will provide neighbors with ways to immerse themselves in the holiday spirit while doing their homework. local purchases. …

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🌱 4 LI Tornadoes Confirmed + New Mexican Restaurant

Happy Tuesday neighbors! Here’s everything you need to know to get your day off to a good start. Here is everything happening today in Sachem. Four tornadoes hit Long Island on Saturday, know where. A new Mexican restaurant arrives in Patchogue This winter. First of all, the weather forecast for …

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You must ask for plastic utensils and napkins in LA now

Los Angeles restaurants will no longer freely distribute plastic utensils and napkins and will only offer disposables to customers who request them. Under the new ordinance, which came into effect Monday for restaurants with more than 26 employees, all single-use plastic utensil dispensers will be phased out. Businesses will also …

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