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Coronavirus

  1. the grub street diet
    Author Bill Buford Likes a Late Dinner“It was now officially a school night but for some reason it was 10 p.m. before dinner was served.”
  2. innovations
    I Want to Eat in the Weird French LampshadesIn fact, I am desperate to eat in the weird French lampshades.
  3. faqs
    How to Wear a Mask to a Bar or RestaurantA handy guide if for some reason this is difficult for you.
  4. reopenings
    Restaurant Owners Are Pushing Back Against Reopenings“Many places are trying to normalize all the reminders of a pandemic situation, but I cannot get behind that.”
  5. food we miss
    In Praise of the Walking CoffeeWalking doesn’t improve the taste of coffee, but coffee improves the experience of being in the world.
  6. food politics
    New York City Caps Delivery Fees at 15 PercentThe law is one of seven meant to provide relief for restaurants and other commercial establishments.
  7. coronavirus
    What If Nobody Wants to Save New York’s Restaurants?Two months into the government-mandated shutdown, any real “help” seems even less likely to arrive than it did at the outset.
  8. coronavirus
    Horrifying Problems Continue to Plague the Meat IndustryCoronavirus cases at meatpacking facilities have skyrocketed.
  9. lost weekends
    Are New York’s New ‘To Go’ Bars Here to Stay?Sidewalk imbibers and cash-starved businesses hope so.
  10. reopenings
    McSorley’s Returns With To-Go GrowlersEven Peter Luger is delivering food now.
  11. the grub street diet
    SNL’s Heidi Gardner Tries a New Cereal Each Week“We’ve done all the monster ones: Count Chocula, Boo Berry, and Frankenberry.”
  12. the future
    Is This the Future of NYC Restaurant Dining?Yesterday, Cipriani Downtown tested service with PPE.
  13. reopening
    The Case for Opening NYC Streets to Bars and Restaurants“We need to start planning how we’re going to help our restaurants recover from this crisis.”
  14. food politics
    Trump’s Restaurant Panel Isn’t Going to HelpDuh.
  15. coronavirus
    Food Was My Only Source of Joy in Quarantine. Then I Lost My Sense of Taste.“I spent hours on social media, which was a never-ending feed of lovingly baked loaves of sourdough and banana bread.”
  16. coronavirus
    Why and How New York’s Restaurants Are Starting to Reopen“Is it better to get a little something than nothing? I don’t know.”
  17. coronavirus
    Will We Still Recognize New York City When It Reopens?Grieving in advance for the New York that we will have lost.
  18. burgers
    Noma Will Reopen As the World’s Fanciest Burger BarUntil Rene Redzepi can open the restaurant proper, he’ll serve cheeseburgers with a little “magic from our fermentation cellar.”
  19. shutdown diaries
    Our Restaurant Isn’t Getting Help. Ramadan Keeps Us Going.“Even though we don’t see our customers, spiritually we are all fasting and connecting. That spirit is still alive.”
  20. recently reopened!
    Welcome to Our Very Safe Restaurant!“You’ll notice we’ve made a few changes.”
  21. shutdown diaries
    We Opened a Restaurant During the Pandemic“We did some weird experiments. What restaurant builds the menu by cooking things and letting them sit in a takeout container for 30 minutes?”
  22. shopping
    The New Rules of GreenmarketingFarmers adapt to social distancing with alternative methods of distribution.
  23. coronavirus
    Colorado Diners Risk Lives for Mother’s Day Breakfast BurritosThey did not want a side of social distancing.
  24. rip
    Good-bye Jimmy Glenn, the Best Cutman in Times Square“Rich, poor, black, white — Jimmy didn’t care who you were. He cared what you had to say.”
  25. delivery
    Restaurants Are Fighting to Survive. Grubhub Is Reporting Record Revenue.The delivery platform, which has been roundly criticized for its high fees, says orders were up 20 percent in April.
  26. the grub street diet
    Rancho Gordo’s Steve Sando Avoids the Grocery Store at All Costs“I have all the beans I want, which definitely helps.”
  27. coronavirus
    The White House Reportedly Buried a CDC Reopening GuideThe guide offered specific advice to help restaurateurs reopen their restaurants as safely as possible.
  28. encounters
    A New Book Tracks the History of Restaurants — Before They All Had to CloseThe Restaurant: A 2,000-Year History of Dining Out was published in April to immediate obsolescence.
  29. faqs
    How to Survive America’s Meat ShortageA quick primer for anyone struggling to curb their meat-eating ways.
  30. shutdown diaries
    I’m Surviving Quarantine by Cooking Gourmet Stoner Food for My 5-Year-OldWhy my new kitchen mantra is #StonerFoodsOfTheApocalypse.
  31. growers
    The Quarantine Garden Has Taken OffSeeds are the new sourdough.
  32. coronavirus
    What Happens When the Only Restaurants Left Are Chains?Multimillion-dollar companies can survive the shutdown — for all the wrong reasons.
  33. odes
    Good-bye to Pegu Club, a Bar That Felt Like It’d Always Be ThereNew York has lost an institution.
  34. the grub street diet
    Comedian Catherine Cohen Knows the Power of Taco Bell Fire Sauce“I will now be referring to it as ‘mother’s medicine.’”
  35. shutdown diaries
    Our Restaurant Was Weeks From Opening. Now We’re Stuck.“I was just Googling how to get insulin without health insurance. It was a last-ditch effort.”
  36. closings
    Pegu Club, One of the Best Bars Ever, Will Close for Good“… never did we ever dream that it would be under these conditions.”
  37. grub guides
    Cook These Vegetarian Recipes to Eat Less MeatThe meat industry is broken. But these recipes are sound.
  38. shutdown diaries
    I’ve Worked in NYC Restaurants for 25 Years — and I Have No Idea What’s Next“What are we going to do? How are we going to test everybody?”
  39. first person
    How a Midtown Bodega Operator Is Keeping the Lights On — for Now“My sales have gone down by two-thirds, but the landlords don’t care. They just call, asking, ‘Where’s the rent?’”
  40. coronavirus
    Would You Risk Your Life for a Waffle?Restaurant dining rooms are starting to reopen. Surprisingly, customers are showing up.
  41. grub guides
    Buy This Merch and Support Local RestaurantsThe New York City food scene is getting creative in the face of the coronavirus shutdown.
  42. coronavirus
    There Is No Road Map to Reopen New York Restaurants“People don’t know how bleak it really is.”
  43. q&a
    Danny Meyer Misses Bumping Into PeopleWe spoke with the Shake Shack founder about sheltering in place en famille, structural flaws in the federal stimulus plan, and senior shopping hour.
  44. coronavirus
    Eataly Received PPP Loans Designed for Small BusinessesThe international grocer employs thousands of workers around the globe.
  45. shelf life
    Can the Park Slope Food Coop Survive?Long lines, slashed revenues, and hard-to-enforce social distancing have members and management worried.
  46. money
    Ruth’s Chris Will ‘Return’ That $20 Million Loan After AllThe steak chain announced that it will not, in fact, keep the money.
  47. coronavirus
    Hong Kong Restaurant Group Shares Coronavirus Reopening PlaybookIt’s a manual for other operators navigating uncharted waters.
  48. farms
    A Star Farmer’s Newest Workers: His Former CustomersOut-of-work chefs from New York’s best restaurants are lending a hand at the Greenmarket.
  49. coronavirus
    Sweetgreen Will Also ‘Return’ Its $10 Million PPP LoanThe news comes a few days after Shake Shack announced that it would do the same.
  50. oops
    What Do You Do With 10 Bunches of Bananas?As quarantined shoppers buy more groceries online, mistakes are inevitable.
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