Road To Reopening: NYC And N.J. Restaurants To Increase Indoor Dining Capacity To 50% Starting March 19More needed relief is coming to New York City and New Jersey restaurant owners.
Indoor Dining Can Increase To 35% Capacity Next Week In New York CityGov. Andrew Cuomo said he wants to raise it to 35% to align with the rules for New Jersey restaurants.
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.
Indoor Dining Resumes At New York City Restaurants, Gov. Cuomo Extends Curfew StatewideIt was supposed to start on Valentine's Day, but was moved up at the request of restaurant owners. 
New York City Restaurant Owners Demand Greater Capacity, Later Curfew On Eve Of Indoor Dining RebootLimited indoor dining reopens in New York City on Friday, but restaurant owners and local politicians say it's just not enough to keep the hard hit industry afloat.
Indoor Dining Increases To 35% Capacity In New JerseyNew Jersey has expanded indoor capacity on everything from gyms to spas to restaurants, but only by 10%. 
Sources: Millions Of Dollars In Relief Coming For New York City Bars And RestaurantsA new survey found 54% of New York City bars and restaurants will be forced to close if they don't get some help from Washington
New York City Vaccination Hubs Reopen After Storm; More Groups Now EligibleOn Wednesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio defended his decision to expand the pool of those eligible.
NYC Restaurants Can Resume Indoor Dining At 25% Capacity On Valentine's Day, Cuomo SaysWith COVID-19 spiking, Cuomo suspended indoor dining in the city on Dec. 14, preventing restaurants from cashing in on the busy holiday season.
Esquire Magazine Names 20 Tri-State Restaurants 'America Can't Afford To Lose' During PandemicAccording to the New York City Hospitality Alliance. more than 1,000 restaurants have already closed in New York City. 
Chinatown Businesses Have Uncertain Future As Pandemic Disrupts Christmas TraditionsEven with the frigid weather, many outdoor tables were full on Christmas. But it still may not be enough for some restaurants to survive.