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Councilwoman Carlina Rivera (Getty, iStock)

City Council extends restaurant, retailer lease protections

UPDATED, Sept. 23, 2020, 4:01 p.m.: The City Council on Wednesday extended a measure that protects restaurants and retailers...

City Council extends restaurant, retailer lease protections
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Laughing matters: Comedy club owners call for reopening

This is no joke. That’s the message New York City comedy club owners wanted to convey at Tuesday’s rally...

Laughing matters: Comedy club owners call for reopening
NYC Hospitality Alliance’s Andrew Rigie and Mayor de Blasio (Hospitality Alliance; Getty; iStock)

City can’t afford to bail out restaurants: de Blasio

New York City restaurants in need of a savior can strike one candidate off the list: the city itself....

City can’t afford to bail out restaurants: de Blasio
Council members Antonio Reynoso and Keith Powers (Twitter, NY City Council, Getty)

City Council proposes bill to expand outdoor dining permanently

Curbside cuisine may become a permanent fixture in New York City’s streets. A new bill introduced in the City...

City Council proposes bill to expand outdoor dining permanently
New York City restaurants have struggled to make rent throughout the pandemic but August marked a new high. Andrew Rigie of the NYC Hospitality Alliance (Getty; Institute of Culinary Education)

Rent struggles for NYC restaurants now worse than ever

Restaurants in New York City have been struggling to make rent throughout the pandemic, but this month marks a...

Rent struggles for NYC restaurants now worse than ever
The staff had been placed on temporary leave in March and April (Photos via iStock; Maison Kayser)

Maison Kayser lays off 708 employees

Employees of Maison Kayser will be forced to put their bread-baking days behind them. The French bakery — founded by Eric Kayser in 1996 — has laid off 708 employees in New York City,...

Maison Kayser lays off 708 employees
Photo illustration of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (Getty, iStock)

Indoor dining can finally begin in NYC — with some big caveats

After months of uncertainty over the fate of New York City’s restaurants scene, eateries can finally begin seating indoors....

Indoor dining can finally begin in NYC — with some big caveats
Restaurant owner Daniel Humm and Eleven Madison Park (Getty, Google Maps, City Foodsters via Wikipedia)

Eleven Madison Park works out deal with landlord to reopen

 SL Green Realty has “stepped up in a big way” according to the chef behind Eleven Madison Park. The...

Eleven Madison Park works out deal with landlord to reopen
Restaurant Row on West 46th Street (Photo via Getty)

Open Streets initiative has drawn a crowd, but restaurants and landlords still struggle

Since it began in May, the city’s Open Streets initiative has been a draw, helping restaurants and businesses along...

Open Streets initiative has drawn a crowd, but restaurants and landlords still struggle
A survey finds 64% of New York restaurants expect to close by end of the year (iStock)

Nearly two-thirds of New York restaurants expect to close

Most New York restaurants don’t expect to be taking orders next year. A stunning 64 percent of restaurants across...

Nearly two-thirds of New York restaurants expect to close
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