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Coronavirus

  1. closings
    Keith McNally Is Closing Another RestaurantAu revoir, Augustine.
  2. becoming a regular
    Would You Subscribe to a Restaurant?A bold proposal to rethink the way we pay for food — and it comes from Panera?
  3. crime scenes
    What We Now Know About the Trader Joe’s Anti-Mask AssaultOne employee was sent to the hospital, according to someone who witnessed the attack.
  4. coronavirus
    What Is Local Law 1932-A, and Why Are Restaurant Owners So Worried About It?“It would be a fatal blow to the restaurant industry.”
  5. closings
    It’s a Hub for Indonesian Culture in New York. Next Week It Will Be Gone.The city will be a less eclectic place when Bali Kitchen closes its doors.
  6. closings
    Has the Chumley’s Reboot Been Eighty-sixed?The restaurant’s literary portraits and equipment were put up for auction.
  7. coronavirus
    Restaurant Workers Must Confront a Terrifying Future“There’s this doomsday feeling … ”
  8. coronavirus
    The Dim Misery of Watching Other Countries Enjoy Their RestaurantsEvery photo is a small reminder of how bad things are in America.
  9. cooking
    Life After SourdoughWhat are we going to do now?
  10. coronavirus
    Cuomo Is Threatening to Roll Back Bar and Restaurant Openings“The bad restaurant and bar owners are going to make it worse for the good ones.”
  11. reopening
    De Blasio Extends, and Expands, Outdoor Dining in NYCThe city’s “Open Restaurants” program will continue through October.
  12. drinks
    No, Cuomo Has Not Banned To-Go CocktailsYou can still get a drink to go, but now you really have to go.
  13. the grub street diet
    SNL’s Ego Nwodim Just Wants Every Meal to Be Delicious“That’s my goal here, so I don’t deprive myself.”
  14. laws
    Who Really Gets to Drink Outside in New York?There are no alfresco dinner parties in the projects.
  15. shutdown diaries
    I’m a Bartender Who Had COVID-19. My Restaurant’s Owner Warned Me Not to Talk.“People are so desperate right now to make money that they’ll do anything to get past it.”
  16. reopening
    The New Problems of Outdoor DiningUnpredictable weather, not enough tables, and the constant threat of COVID-19.
  17. reopening
    The Ongoing Mask ‘Debate’ Is Everything Wrong With Restaurant CustomersBy refusing to wear a mask, you say your comfort is more important than another person’s safety.
  18. encounters
    Living Through a Pandemic on an All-McNugget Diet“When restaurants are gone, you notice.”
  19. table manners
    A Few Things We Won’t Miss in a Post-COVID Restaurant WorldFarewell to obsessive napkin folding, complimentary bread baskets, and communal seating.
  20. food delivery
    Postmates Delivered to Uber in $2.65 Billion DealThe ride-hailing giant, which operates Uber Eats, had also tried to buy Grubhub.
  21. the grub street diet
    Rosalind Chao Reads Recipes to Take Her Mind Off the News“I’m not one of those cooks who can just throw things together.”
  22. reopening
    Can New York’s Restaurants Survive on Outdoor Dining Alone?Owners are scrambling as they make just a fraction of what they need to stay in business.
  23. reopening
    Indoor Dining Postponed Indefinitely in New York CityIt’s the only sensible thing to do.
  24. pandemic etiquette
    Please, Tip 50 PercentAt least that much.
  25. phase two
    How a Restaurant ReopensBefore customers arrive, a million decisions must get made.
  26. reopening
    This Is Not the Time to Reopen New York’s BarsIt would be a disaster.
  27. remembrances
    I Lost My Dad to Coronavirus. I Have to Reopen My Restaurant For Him.Chef Leah Cohen remembers her father.
  28. reopening
    Fort Defiance Won’t Reopen As a RestaurantInstead, owner St. John Frizell says the Red Hook institution will remain a grocery store.
  29. the grub street diet
    Artist Andrew Kuo Loves His Freezer“That’s my dream — to live in a place big enough for a second freezer.”
  30. reopening
    Can You Get Excited to Go to a Restaurant Right Now?A simple quiz.
  31. reopening
    Is It Time to Get Rid of Menus for Good?Many people are wondering why we still cling to the idea of unsanitary, wasteful paper.
  32. reopening
    NYC Restaurants Can Open for Outdoor Dining on Monday. Here’s How It Will Work.Phase two officially begins on Monday — and restaurants can reopen with outside dining.
  33. reopening
    Governor Cuomo Says Outdoor Dining Could Start Next Week in NYCBut Bill de Blasio has other ideas.
  34. reopening
    Will NYC’s Reopening Be Reversed?Governor Andrew Cuomo warned it could be in response to scenes of carefree New Yorkers drinking outside.
  35. labor issues
    Mayor de Blasio Announces Plan to Help Some of NYC’s Family-Run RestaurantsOwners will be required to pay workers a subsidized $20-per-hour wage, prompting criticism from the NYC Hospitality Alliance.
  36. reopening
    New York’s Restaurants Are Going to Feel Weird for a WhileThe state has released official reopening guidelines for restaurants.
  37. quarantine
    How I’m Teaching My 6-Year-old to Cook for Himself“I briefly drifted into a vision of reading magazines while my child makes dinner.”
  38. quarantine
    What Happens When Our Third Places Go Away?Sometimes you need casual conversation with a few total strangers.
  39. rip
    She Was a Godmother for New York’s Vietnamese Restaurant CommunityRemembering Anh-Tuyet Nguyen.
  40. reopening
    Mayor Announces Plan for Expanded Outdoor Dining in NYCRestaurant reopenings could begin in early July.
  41. food politics
    Fast-Food Companies Still Don’t CareEmpty messages don’t change a rotten system.
  42. chat room
    Phil From Somebody Feed Phil Is So Grateful for Takeout Right Now“I’ve had some of the best meals I’ve ever had sitting at my kitchen table.”
  43. 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.”
  44. innovations
    I Want to Eat in the Weird French LampshadesIn fact, I am desperate to eat in the weird French lampshades.
  45. faqs
    How to Wear a Mask to a Bar or RestaurantA handy guide if for some reason this is difficult for you.
  46. 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.”
  47. 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.
  48. 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.
  49. 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.
  50. coronavirus
    Horrifying Problems Continue to Plague the Meat IndustryCoronavirus cases at meatpacking facilities have skyrocketed.
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