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Renowned Brooklyn Pizzeria Adds 3 Percent Obamacare Surcharge to All Checks
At Franny’s menu prices will also rise to pay cooks higher wages.
More Than a Dozen California Restaurants Have Instituted Mandatory
Explaining why is an “uphill battle.”
Quote Of The Day
Carl’s Jr. CEO’s Problems Will Be Solved With iPads
Also, more outlets in Siberia.
Sorry Wrong Number
Callers to Obamacare Help Centers Get Cupcake Shop Instead
Fresh out of health-care plans. But we do have some lovely red velvet.
Carl’s Jr. CEO Andrew Puzder Is Very Anti-Obamacare [Updated]
“If you increase the cost of something, businesses will use less of it. If you decrease the cost, they will use more of it.”
Arkansas Restaurant Posts Racist Sign Calling Affordable Care Act
The owner of Smokin’ Joe’s Ribhouse is in hot water.
No More Jell-O
Hospital Food Tastes Better, Thanks to Obamacare
Is this the end of Jell-O?
The Chain Gang
Obamacare Isn’t Forcing Restaurants to Cut Employees’ Hours
But it is a convenient excuse.
Maybe Obamacare Isn’t So Bad for Restaurants After All
Tax credits for health insurance give restaurateurs the ability to assemble healthy and loyal employees poised to help grow the business.
The Restaurant Industry Is Not Psyched About Obamacare
Insurance in the weeds.