Expensive commercial kitchen requirement nearly killed one business.
Car wash deals and cheaper tacos are a sure sign of the state of L.A.'s economy.
The report that 4,000 restaurants have closed across the country in the past year made us wonder how New York is doing, so we crunched some numbers with MenuPages. Since the beginning of the year, 395 restaurants out of 6,600...
From April 2008 to March 2009, 2 percent of all restaurants - most independent - closed. Thanks, recession.
Milk prices for dairy farmers today are as low as they were in 1979.
Lunch service had gone the way of the expense account.
Franchisees reject BK Corporate's plan to undercut McDonald's.
India Ennis says there are too many restaurants in South Brooklyn.
Patrón introduces a $40 bottle of colorless, odorless, tasteless spirits.
The London 'Times' gets a whiff of Salman Rushdie's restaurateur troubles.
Plus: Whole Foods' bad Valentine's Day idea and more bad news about high-fructose corn syrup, all in our morning news roundup.
Business is slow, and owner Ray Alvarez is in debt.
Restaurant owners who opened amid dismal financial times have even more to worry about.
Just because there's a recession doesn't mean we all have to stop eating at Per Se.
Broke collectors are liquidating the fine-wine market.
Confronted with a list of cheap foods, 'Times' readers commence bellyaching.
Sales are down, but bills are still due.
Governor Paterson's tax hike on adult beverages could also result in more places to buy them.