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Coronavirus

  1. cooking
    It’s Time for FunfettiThis is not birthday cake or celebration cake. It’s cake because things are grim and it is a Wednesday.
  2. au revoir
    Is This the End of the Road for Michelin in America?Even the storied guide realizes restaurants need support, not stars.
  3. closings
    Mourning the Restaurants I’ll Never Get to VisitEveryone has the list of places they’ll get to eventually. What happens when they all close?
  4. reopening
    As Coronavirus Persists, K-Town AdaptsKoreatown’s amazing vertical density and reliance on all-night parties put the neighborhood’s restaurants in a uniquely precarious position.
  5. tips
    Please Don’t Do ThisA tip line is not the place to take an anti-mask stance.
  6. shutdown diaries
    We Bought the Diner From Twin Peaks. Then COVID Hit.“We could do so much cool stuff.”
  7. field notes
    A Restaurant Critic Considers the Soothing Luxury of the Ham SandwichThere is a necessary and soothing familiarity to ham and cheese on squishy white bread.
  8. reopening
    Cuomo Blocks de Blasio’s Plan to Roll Back Indoor Dining in ‘Hot Spot’ Zip CodesAfter Mayor Bill de Blasio said restaurants will be shut down in certain neighborhoods, the governor said no.
  9. reopening
    Indoor Dining at the Times Square Olive Garden“Social Distancing Is Temporary, But Family Is Forever.”
  10. explainers
    What Is the RESTAURANTS Act — and Can It Really Save the Hospitality Industry?The House has already passed the $120 billion relief bill.
  11. reopening
    Fear of the IndoorsCan New Yorkers trust our fellow diners enough to head back inside?
  12. reopening
    Bars and Restaurants Are Pushing Back Against the SLAStronger enforcement creates new headaches for operators.
  13. outdoor dining
    How to Enjoy Outdoor Dining Right NowAnd how to dress for it in February.
  14. coronavirus
    Florida Will Allow Its Bars and Restaurants to Fully ReopenGovernor Ron DeSantis is over social distancing.
  15. pandemic eating
    New York’s Restaurant Owners Finally Get Some Good NewsA key piece of legislation that protects owners has been extended.
  16. cooking
    While the World Baked Sourdough, I Perfected My TahdigA home cook rediscovers the food of Iran during quarantine.
  17. coronavirus
    The COVID Recovery Surcharge Is a FarceIt’s not enough to keep restaurants in business.
  18. reopening
    How New York’s Restaurants Are Preparing for the Return of Indoor Dining“Right now, it’s about survival.”
  19. reopening
    The Race Is On to Save Winter DiningDesperate times call for bold proposals.
  20. restaurant shutdown
    ‘There Are So Many Fewer Jobs to Go Around.’Cooks, servers, and bartenders talk about how New York’s restaurant shutdown has affected their lives.
  21. coronavirus
    Nearly One in Six Restaurants May Have Closed, Survey FindsAnd 2.5 million jobs have been lost, per the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  22. reopening
    Indoor Dining Returns Soon. Restaurant Workers Are Terrified.The city’s dining rooms reopen September 30, and safety concerns loom.
  23. making do
    Quarantine Cooking Forced Me to Chill in the KitchenWhat happens when extreme attention to detail becomes dangerous?
  24. coronavirus
    A Key Law Protecting Bar and Restaurant Owners Could Get ExtendedThe New York City Council is considering whether to suspend personal-liability provisions in commercial leases through March.
  25. reopening
    Let’s Just Make Expanded Outdoor Dining PermanentIt’s almost shockingly lovely.
  26. reopening
    The Impossible Job of Managing a Restaurant Right Now“We’re expected to lead, but we don’t have the resources or the power to change anything.”
  27. reopening
    Can Anyone Really Solve New York City’s Indoor-Dining Problem?“At this point, I just need to know.”
  28. closings
    Noma’s Sister Restaurant Is Set to Close PermanentlyRestaurant 108’s last day is September 30.
  29. interviews
    His Restaurant Was Poised for National Acclaim. Then COVID Arrived.Why Ryan Santos is the rare chef who is in no rush to reopen.
  30. reopening
    At Jean-Georges’s Restaurants, the Coronavirus Has Heightened Tensions Over PaySales have plummeted, and cooks who have been brought back have seen their hourly pay cut.
  31. interviews
    He Fed the East Village for 14 Years. Now He’s Wondering What’s Next.“I love my people, and my people love me.”
  32. reopening
    A Car Ran Into an Outdoor Dining Setup Last NightSurprisingly, nobody was seriously hurt.
  33. the grub street diet
    Restaurateurs Kevol and Ria Graham Will Travel for Popcorn“We live in Brooklyn, and we go to a movie theater in Yonkers because we like their popcorn best.”
  34. awards
    The James Beard Awards Won’t Name Any Winners This YearThe foundation is also rethinking its 2021 awards.
  35. reopening
    I Work in Restaurants and I’ve Never Felt So DisrespectedA constant sense of isolation and fear follows me home each night.
  36. field notes
    What I’ve MissedOur restaurant critic reemerges to a strange new world.
  37. landlords
    Restaurants Need Rent Relief. Are ‘Recovery Leases’ the Answer?A new proposal aims to aid struggling small businesses.
  38. closings
    How Much Worse Will It Get for New York’s Restaurants?It feels like we’re watching the collapse of an entire industry in real time.
  39. closings
    Uncle Boons Will Close PermanentlyIt was easily one of New York’s most popular restaurants of the last decade.
  40. shopping
    The Joy of SourcingI craved adventure. I found preserved lemons.
  41. closings
    How a Restaurant Leaves New YorkFor three months, I lived my dream. Then COVID-19 arrived.
  42. closings
    Keith McNally Is Closing Another RestaurantAu revoir, Augustine.
  43. 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?
  44. 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.
  45. 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.”
  46. 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.
  47. closings
    Has the Chumley’s Reboot Been Eighty-sixed?The restaurant’s literary portraits and equipment were put up for auction.
  48. coronavirus
    Restaurant Workers Must Confront a Terrifying Future“There’s this doomsday feeling … ”
  49. coronavirus
    The Dim Misery of Watching Other Countries Enjoy Their RestaurantsEvery photo is a small reminder of how bad things are in America.
  50. cooking
    Life After SourdoughWhat are we going to do now?
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