Coronavirus Prevention Resources For Restaurants

Coronavirus Prevention Resources For Restaurants

Last updated on June 11th, 2020 at 06:04 pm To say the U.S. restaurant industry will be drastically affected by the outbreak of coronavirus is an understatement. In the wake of the local and state governments issuing either reduced occupancy directives or dining room closures, restaurants and bars are

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UPDATE: NYC BAR & RESTAURANT SHUTDOWN

UPDATE: NYC BAR & RESTAURANT SHUTDOWN

Last updated on June 5th, 2020 at 06:19 pmGovernor Andrew Cuomo’s Announcement – NYC Bar and Restaurant Mandatory Shutdown • Originally scheduled for 9am Tuesday, timeline for restaurant/bar closure has been moved up to 8pm Tonight, Monday March 16th • All NYC restaurants and bars, are limited

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In NYC Cash Will Remain King

In NYC Cash Will Remain King

NYC is doing away with cashless restaurants. New York City Council voted on a Bill that Prohibits food and retail establishments from refusing to accept cash payments from consumers and; Prevent establishments from charging cash paying consumers higher prices for cash purchases. Opponents of the cashless business

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NYC Council Passes Commercial Waste Zones Bill

NYC Council Passes Commercial Waste Zones Bill

Last updated on September 29th, 2020 at 11:18 pm In an effort to protect public health, safety and welfare of New Yorkers, and to improve the industry for the benefit of its customers, New York City Council passed the Commercial Waste Zones Bill (Int 1574-A), a new

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NYC’s Foam Ban Is Here

Last updated on January 8th, 2019 at 04:32 pmDespite opposition and lawsuits, NYC’s Foam Ban on single-use foam products has gone into effect January 1st 2019. Here Are 5 things you need to know: All food service establishments located or operating within the 5 Boroughs of NYC

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Mobile Food Vendors and The Letter Grade System

Last updated on September 17th, 2019 at 01:45 amIn 2010, ALL food service establishments operating in NYC were subject to the Letter Grade System. There are 5500 mobile food vendors in NYC that prepare food, and serve it to the public every day, just like restaurants, but with

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