While Gov. Kathy Hochul is again supporting the idea to let bars and restaurants serve take-out drinks and alcohol-to-go, it's far from being a done deal; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.

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Alcohol-To-Go Still Faces Challenges Before Being Legalized In New YorkWhile Gov. Kathy Hochul is again supporting the idea to let bars and restaurants serve take-out drinks and alcohol-to-go, it's far from being a done deal; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Gov. Kathy Hochul Announces Additional Food Assistance For People In NeedHochul says $230 million will go to participants in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as SNAP.
Meadowlands YMCA To Be Classified As A Food PantryThe food pantry classification starts next month and allows for customized meals to be provided to more than 170 families three times a week.
Shop Local Saturday: Mark Libertini Of Aigner's ChocolatesMark Libertini, a trained pastry chef, talks with CBS2's John Elliott about opening up a chocolate shop and the challenges of owning a small business..
A Look At This Year's Top Food Trends For The Holiday SeasonWith the holiday season in full swing, there's lots of celebrating with lots of food; CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Record Number Of Eateries Participating In 12th Annual Harlem Restaurant WeekThe 12th Annual Harlem Restaurant Week is happening now, with more eateries involved than ever before. Some are even stronger now than they were before the pandemic. CBS2's Jessi Mitchell reports. Then, Nikoa Evans of Harlem Park To Park discusses Harlem Restaurant Week with CBS2's Dana Tyler.
NYC Restaurants Pivoting To Pizza During PandemicOctober is National Pizza Month, and there's been a pivot to pizza at many restaurants in the city because of the pandemic; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
More Chefs, Restaurants Pivoting To Pizza Due To The PandemicCBS2's Lisa Rozner got to spend some time talking to several chefs that made the pivot to pizza during the pandemic.
‘Good France Week’ Showcases French Food, Wine And More Throughout The Tri-State AreaThe French consulate in New York is rallying to help French businesses hit hard by the COVID crisis. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Web Extra: Chef Paul Denamiel Prepares A French Onion Soup BurgerChef-owner Paul Denamiel of Le Rivage shows how to prepare their signature French onion soup burger.
New York City Wine And Food Festival Returns In PersonOn the road to reopening, the New York City Wine and Food Festival returns Thursday for a long weekend of tasty events; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Avanti Frozen Foods Expands Recall To Include Some ShrimpThe FDA says the products may be contaminated with salmonella.
Restaurant Week Kicks OffMore than 500 restaurants across all five boroughs are participating.
NYC Restaurant Week To Start Monday And Last 5 WeeksCBS2's Lisa Rozner has more on various available deals around the five boroughs.
A Frank Discussion About The History Of Hot DogsIf there's one thing Americans love to enjoy on the Fourth of July, it's hot dogs, and the iconic food has an interesting history behind it; Michael George reports for CBS2.
Snacking On Cicadas? CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis Finds Out What All The Buzz Is AboutFrom your backyard to your kitchen, cicadas seem to be all the buzz, but would you want to see them on a food menu? CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has more on cicada mania from Montclair State University.
Brooklyn Company Upcycles Flour From Malted BarleyThere's a growing trend in recycling called upcycling food.
New York Times Article Claims California's Bagels Are Better Than New York'sIt's the west coast vs. the east coast in the battle of the bagels; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Volunteers With God's Love We Deliver Prepare Holiday Meals For New Yorkers Too Sick To Cook For ThemselvesImagine being sick and homebound during a pandemic and a storm. Thanks to an army of volunteers, thousands of ill New Yorkers will still get home cooked meals right through the holidays. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Food Pantries Prepare For ThanksgivingFood pantries around New York City are scaling up their operations so that families in need can have a hot meal for Thanksgiving. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
NJ Restaurants Looking Forward To Reopening SafelyNew Jersey restaurants employ more people than any other business in the state, but these days, 80% of those workers are out of a job. Now, however, there's some hope; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Coronavirus Update: Restaurants Face Major Changes When Allowed To ReopenRestaurants in the city are among the hardest hit in the country by the coronavirus. Owners are hoping to reopen, but they know there will be changes; CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
President Donald Trump Signs Executive Order To Keep Meat Processing Plants Open Despite Safety ConcernsFacing fears of a nationwide meat shortage, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday to keep processing plants open despite safety concerns; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Coronavirus Update: Celebrity Chefs, Five-Star Restaurants Preparing Meals For Those In NeedSome five-star restaurants are shifting their focus from making gourmet meals to feeding the hungry. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge looks at how some celebrity chefs have found a new mission in the kitchen.

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