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Shake Shack CEO Randy Garutti (Getty)
National

Shake Shack to add 60 new locations this year

Shake Shack has plans to shake things up. The burger chain plans to open 60 restaurants across the country...

Shake Shack to add 60 new locations this year
Carmine’s battles landlord over unpaid rent. (Getty, Carmine's)

Carmine’s in Times Square sues landlord to stave off eviction

It’s been rough going for almost all restaurants, but especially those in Times Square. With tourism all but dead...

Carmine’s in Times Square sues landlord to stave off eviction
Some restaurants and hotels are partnering up to offer private dining in empty rooms, in an attempt to survive the economic fallout of the pandemic. (iStock)
National Weekend Edition

Hotels turn empty rooms into private dining suites

The pandemic has upended every part of the hospitality industry, with travel restrictions leaving hotel rooms empty, and lockdowns...

Hotels turn empty rooms into private dining suites
Struggling restaurants may suffer another blow if inclement weather forces a shutdown of outdoor dining. (Getty)

Restaurants brace for another hit: snowstorms

New York restaurants are bracing for another shut down — and it’s not the indoor dining ban that Gov....

Restaurants brace for another hit: snowstorms
Governor Andrew Cuomo (Getty)

Indoor dining will shut down again in NYC

After weeks of turmoil and rising Covid-19 cases, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today that indoor dining will once again shut down across New York City starting Monday. Cuomo previously announced that he was contemplating...

Indoor dining will shut down again in NYC
Aurify Brands Co-CEO John Rigos and Le Pain Quotidien (Getty; JAB Brands)

Le Pain Quotidien to open 10 new locations

In a new twist, Le Pain Quotidien will open 10 new locations in New York City. The new stores will open in stores that previously operated as Maison Kayser locations. Both brands filed for...

Le Pain Quotidien to open 10 new locations
After a lost summer, Coney Island businesses are struggling to imagine how to survive the winter. (Getty)
Issue

Lost summer, failed plan haunt Coney Island

Coney Island was eerily quiet this summer. The Cyclone did not clickety-clack, no screams pierced the salty air and tourists who normally roam the boardwalk were nowhere to be found. The seasonal destination missed...

Lost summer, failed plan haunt Coney Island

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