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In a report, The Center for an Urban Future asked over twenty city leaders and experts how to make survival, and potentially even success, viable. (Getty)

Five solutions to save restaurants this winter

With a few weeks left until cold weather scares away outdoor diners, many are questioning whether the current 25...

Five solutions to save restaurants this winter
Executive chef Sandy Ingber and Grand Central Oyster Bar (Facebook; Getty)

Aw, shucks: Grand Central Oyster Bar closes again

Indoor dining has resumed in New York City, but it may not be enough to save some of the...

Aw, shucks: Grand Central Oyster Bar closes again
Central Park Boathouse and Dean Poll (iStock, Wikimedia)

Cast away: Central Park’s Loeb Boathouse announces permanent layoffs

An iconic Central Park restaurant closed since March has permanently laid off its 163 employees. The Loeb Boathouse, situated...

Cast away: Central Park’s Loeb Boathouse announces permanent layoffs
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Sunday that the city will move to close some schools, as well as nonessential businesses (Getty)

NYC moves to close restaurants, schools in Covid hot spots

As Covid-19 cases spike in certain New York City neighborhoods, fears of a second wave are growing — and...

NYC moves to close restaurants, schools in Covid hot spots
New York restaurateurs are having trouble finding heat lamps to make outdoor dining sustainable in colder months. (iStock)

The latest obstacle for restaurants: No available heat lamps

It’s been an especially challenging year for restaurateurs, and now, another obstacle is threatening their survival: heat lamps —...

The latest obstacle for restaurants: No available heat lamps
As of Sept. 23, about one-third of the City’s restaurants and more than one-half of its bars have closed compared to those operating pre-pandemic. (Getty)

Half of NYC’s restaurants and bars are doomed: audit

The pandemic has battered New York City’s hospitality industry, and a new audit released Thursday by the state comptroller...

Half of NYC’s restaurants and bars are doomed: audit
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“25% is a starting point”: Indoor dining returns to NYC today

IGC Hospitality, which runs the Refinery Rooftop in Midtown and Bungalow Rockaway in Queens, had 14 restaurants open before...

“25% is a starting point”: Indoor dining returns to NYC today
Corey Johnson, Andrew Rigie and Mayor Bill de Blasio (Getty)

Commercial tenant protections get extension from de Blasio

“Today is about justice for hard-working New Yorkers,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said at a bill-signing ceremony Monday. Commercial...

Commercial tenant protections get extension from de Blasio
A photo illustration of Mayor Bill de Blasio at a restaurant (Getty)

NYC’s outdoor dining program will become permanent

UPDATED, Sept. 25 2020, 1:21 p.m.: After months of waffling on whether to continue the city’s popular Open Restaurants...

NYC’s outdoor dining program will become permanent
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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