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New Bill Increases Third-Party Delivery App Transparency in Texas

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Where to Eat on New Year’s Day in Austin for 2022

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Where to Find Great Chinese Food in New Orleans

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Where to Preorder Takeout Holiday Meals From Austin Restaurants

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Where to Preorder Takeout Holiday Desserts From Austin Bakeries

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How to Ship a Taste of Austin’s Best Restaurants Anywhere in the Country

How DoorDash and Postmates Make an Already Dangerous Job Worse

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The Essential Guide to Christmas 2021 Dining in Southeast Michigan

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12 Tasty Restaurants to Try Near Silverado Ranch

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David Chang’s Popular Fried Chicken Chain Fuku Opens in Austin

In Protest of Bad Treatment by Corporate and Customers, Instacart Workers Consider Walk-Off

DoorDash’s Latest Move Is Another Healthy Reminder That It Is, In Fact, a Giant Parasite

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What Led Chicago to Sue DoorDash and Grubhub

The filings may have been a surprise, but the reasoning behind the lawsuits was not a secret

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Chicago Seeks Restaurants Stories Detailing Experiences With DoorDash, Grubhub, and Uber Eats

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Chicago Sues Grubhub and DoorDash for Allegedly Scamming Basically Everyone: Restaurants, Drivers, and Customers

The lawsuits have been universally celebrated by restaurant owners who feel the companies have gaslit them throughout the pandemic

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What’s It Like Working in a Ghost Kitchen? We Couldn’t Get Close Enough to Ask. 

Your burger or tacos or pizza could be cooked anywhere by anyone — which is what makes the ghost kitchen concept so lucrative and appealing to owners and investors

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Atlanta Restaurants, Markets, and Companies Offering Picnic Provisions

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The Eater Boston Team’s 2021 Top Delivery and Takeout Standbys

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Jimmy Buffet-Inspired Cheeseburger in Paradise Arrives in a River North Ghost Kitchen

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15 Atlanta Restaurants Featuring the Convenience of a Drive-Thru Window

The Virtual Future of Restaurants

With Delivery Workers, Who’s Really in Charge?

Inside the Fight to Become the Dominant Delivery App

Will Permanent Fee Caps Actually Rein in Delivery Apps?

San Francisco’s forever-ceiling on what delivery apps charge restaurants is the first in the country. It might not be the last — but it also might not work.

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Chicago’s New Midnight Cutoff for Alcohol Sales at Liquor Stores Matches New York

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Where to Find Frozen Cocktails in Austin Right Now

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Chicago Launches New Plan to Fight Food Insecurity as City’s Hunger Crisis Worsens

For Transgender Uber Eats Drivers, ‘Right to Pride’ Is a Long-Overdue Change in Policy

Transgender drivers say their safety concerns have gone unchecked. Now, Uber claims it’s listening.

Why Restaurants Feel Trapped By Delivery Apps

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45 Michelin-Starred Restaurants Have Returned in the SF Bay Area

Many of the Bay’s most acclaimed fine dining restaurants have returned to shine again for reopening

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