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Immune to Irony, the Dutch Bros Guy Wore a Rage Against the Machine Shirt to Wall Street

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Gov. Abbott’s Challenge to Dallas County Mask Mandate Shouldn’t Stop Restaurant Owners From Doing the Right Thing

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‘Pig’s’ Idea of Portland’s Restaurant Scene Is Mostly Detached From Reality

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A Major Surge in New COVID-19 Cases Could Tank Texas’s Restaurant Recovery

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Please Stop Calling Portland America’s Best Pizza City. We Don’t Care.

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Houston’s Dawn Burrell Should Be Named the Next ‘Top Chef’

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Ending Federal Unemployment Payments in Texas Won’t Solve the Restaurant Industry’s Hiring Crisis

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Washington’s Reasonings for Delay in Vaccinating Restaurant Workers Are Weak

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Portland Restaurants Can Reopen for Indoor Dining Friday. But Should They?

Data released by the state Monday implies Multnomah County may have low-enough COVID-19 numbers to reopen. Indoor dining could undo all of that work.

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Reducing Restaurant Capacity (Again) Isn’t Going to Accomplish Much

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Texas Is Sitting on a $10 Billion Rainy Day Fund. That Money Should Be Used to Bail Out Restaurants.

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How the James Beard Foundation Failed the Most Prestigious Restaurant Awards in the Country

The foundation violated its own ethics rules to ensure that award winners fit into its new narrative of progress and social justice

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New SLA Guidelines Offer a Narrow, Eurocentric View of NYC Bar Food

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Why This Restaurant Critic Isn’t Dining Out Right Now

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What I’ve Learned About NYC Dining in the Last Five Years

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Don’t Hassle Restaurant Workers. Just Wear Your Damn Mask.

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There Are Two Kinds of People: Those Who Like Van Leeuwen, and Those Who Like Ample Hills

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Dallas Diners Really Suck at Social Distancing

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Why New York Urgently Needs More Guidance on Outdoor Dining

As New York reopens, it remains one of the only major cities without clear guidelines to help bar and restaurant owners and their workers plan

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How the Pandemic Wreaked Havoc With One of Chicago’s Most Venerable Beer Bars

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How Donations Have Helped One Small Restaurant’s Pandemic Survival

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How Floyd Cardoz’s Genre-Crossing Talents Built a Better NYC Dining Scene

Critic Ryan Sutton considers the legacy of the New York chef, who died Wednesday at age 59 while being treated for COVID-19

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The Restaurant Industry Needs to Change for Workers. Collectively, They Can Make that Happen. 

Government legislation and policy reform can be slow and full of red tape. Employees must band together and do the work on the ground to see real change.

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Dear Expensive Restaurants: Stop Posting Online Menus Without Prices

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Sorry, New Yorkers Will Never Care That You Think Your City’s Food Is Better

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The New Power Lunch Is Sweetgreen

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Chicago Lawmakers Don’t Know What’s Best for Restaurants

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NYC’s Most Powerful Wine Players Are a Fratty White Blur, and It Needs to Change

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What’s Wrong With the 2020 NYC Michelin Guide

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It’s Time for Chicago to Pay Restaurant Workers What They’re Worth

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Why the New Wegmans Is Absolutely Worth Freaking Out About

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The Limits of Boycotting NYC’s Big Trump-Supporting Restaurant Investor

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