MTA, NYC's Hospitality Industry Expecting Help From COVID Relief Bill Passed By SenatePresident Joe Biden's COVID-19 relief bill is one step closer to becoming law, and once signed, money from the plan will help New York City get back on its feet.
Over 90% Of Restaurants, Bars, Nightlife Venues Surveyed By NYC Hospitality Alliance Couldn't Afford Rent In DecemberMore than 400 respondents were surveyed, representing city restaurants, bars and nightlife venues.
'A Slow Death': Restaurant, Gym Owners Worry Looming Shutdown Could Devastate Businesses In New York CityMayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo said it's nearly inevitable that New York City will be designated an Orange Zone. They said small businesses will face restrictions, once again
Gov. Cuomo Says It's Too Soon To Announce Plans For Indoor Dining In NYC As Restaurant Owners Continue To Struggle"We have much, a much bigger problem in New York City today than any of the surrounding suburbs with the lack of compliance," Cuomo said.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Introduces 'Three Strikes, You're Closed' Policy For Bars, Restaurants That Violate COVID-19 RestrictionsThe governor's new policy also shuts down walk-up bars where customers can order to-go drinks without purchasing food.
'We Just Wanna Stay In Business': NYC Restaurants Struggling To Stay Afloat As Indoor Dining Is Postponed IndefinitelyEven places with outdoor dining are still at the mercy of good weather. Many restaurants are desperate for some kind of rent relief.
Restaurant, Bar Owners Throughout Tri-State Area Desperate For Reopening Guidelines From Local OfficialsRestaurants and bars are vital to the Big Apple, but many face the risk of closing for good. Owners are begging for reopening directives from Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Obscure NYS Liquor Law May Lead To Crackdown On Unlimited Drink SpecialsConfusion set in Wednesday after word of a little known New York state liquor law surfaced. It threatens to end weekend brunch traditions for many.
Report: Some NYC Restaurants Would Rather Be Fined Than Display Bad GradeOf roughly 24,000 restaurants, nearly 1,400 have been hit with $1,000 fines for failing to display grades,.