New York City Council Approves Optional 10% Restaurant Surcharge FeeThe optional surcharge would apply only to patrons eating at restaurants, not to takeout food.
Multi-Billion Dollar Development Firm Comes To The Aid Of Mom And Pop Eatery In New RochelleIt’s a recipe for small business success in a Westchester County city. A multi-billion dollar development firm is helping a mom and pop restaurant survive during the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports.
Seinfeld Joins Sen. Schumer In Fight To Save Live Performance Entertainment IndustryThe TV legend and the lawmaker are trying to get the federal government to provide desperately needed funding for the many businesses that may face extinction due to the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Lisa Rozner has the story.
Sen. Schumer, Jerry Seinfeld Team Up To Get Help For City Entertainment VenuesThe lawmaker and comedian are calling on the federal government to supply critical funding needed to keep many businesses struggling doe to the coronavirus pandemic from going under. CBS2's Cory James reports
Love And Family Keep The Business Running At Vic's Heart N Soul Food TruckCBS2's Elle McLogan meets Victor Hickson, who doles out smoked ribs and fried fish from a roving kitchen.
16-Year-Old Girl Opens Beauty Supply Business In BrooklynA new business has opened its doors in Brooklyn and its owner may surprise you; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Announces NYC Restaurants Can Resume Indoor DiningGov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday indoor dining can resume in New York City at 25% as of September 30. There will be a host of requirements restaurants will have to meet.
Bodega Owners Want NYPD To Enforce Mask RuleThey say their workers on not trained to handle what can turn into dangerous situations due to non-compliance. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
At Public Village, Best Friends Serve Up Chinese Hometown SpecialitiesWhen Kiyomi Wang and Karen Song discovered a vacancy on the Lower East Side, their dream became a reality.
NYC Restaurant Owners: What About Us?Now that New Jersey has gotten the green light for indoor dining to begin by the end of the week, restaurant owners in the Big Apple are wondering why they are not being allowed to do the same. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports
Bodega Owners Say NYPD Has Abandoned ThemThe union representing bodega workers wants a meeting set up with Police Commissioner Dermot Shea. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
Mini-Golf, Snacks, And Family Memories At Jennie's At Drossos In GreenportDecades later, Jennie Werts still returns to Drossos—now, as the chef.
Gov. Phil Murphy Gives Update On Gyms Reopening In New JerseyThe governor also provided the latest on the state's battle against the coronavirus.
Beauty And Stillness At Life Wellness Center In Bed-Stuy"When people come in, they're usually surprised," Life Wellness Center co-owner Khadija Tudor told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
NYC Businesses Are Helping Other Businesses Hard Hit By The PandemicCBS2's Jenna DeAngelis spoke to the owners of one establishment in Forest Hills, Queens that are starting a new initiative to help neighbors.
Chara's Kitchen And Catering: Soul Food Memories In BellportIn the basement of the Shiloh Temple Church of God in Christ, you'll find Cheryl Grigg stirring and seasoning over a hot stove.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio delivers his daily briefing on coronavirus, reopening and more in New York City.
New York Dems Take Issue With President's Bypassing Of Stimulus TalksSen. Chuck Schumer and Gov. Andrew Cuomo had some choice words for President Donald Trump. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Alarming Number Of NYC Restaurants Could Not Pay Rent In JulyThat's according to a survey by the NYC Hospitality Alliance, which put the number at more than 80%. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
More Help Coming For Small Businesses In New JerseyGov. Phil Murphy announced Tuesday morning that an emergency assistance program is getting a $15 million infusion in new funds.
12 More Bars In Queens Have Liquor Licenses SuspendedThe move comes after numerous complaints and previous charges of violating pandemic-related orders.
More Help On The Way For New Jersey Small BusinessesGovernor Phil Murphy announced Tuesday that an emergency assistance program is getting a $15 million infusion in new funds.
The Dig Callback: At McNulty's Tea & Coffee, A Time-Honored Shop Meets A New NormalCBS2's Elle McLogan revisits a West Village institution persevering amid the coronavirus pandemic.
New Grant Program Will Help New Jersey Businesses Pay RentHelp is now available for thousands of small businesses in New Jersey having a tough time paying their rent because of the coronavirus pandemic.