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This Fall’s Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings

From an Alice Waters museum restaurant in LA to an Indian fried chicken spot in New York, here’s everything to look forward to this fall

The 2022 James Beard Awards Will (Hopefully) Be Different

Noma Finally Gets Third Michelin Star

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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

Are All Those Plexiglass Barriers in Restaurants Actually Keeping Anyone Safe From COVID-19?

How I Got My Job: Designing NYC’s Coolest Restaurant Merch and Food Labels

How Small Restaurant Owners Are Navigating the Labor Shortage

The 2021 Restaurant Aesthetic Is Optimistic, Nostalgic, and Vacation-Obsessed

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Does It Get Better For the Indie Fine Dining Restaurant?

Chefs Russell Jackson and Ian Boden struggled to reconcile their visions of fine dining with their communities’ desires. Now, as they forge a sustainable path beyond the pandemic, one of them is ready to double down, and the other is ready to walk away.

How an SF Restaurant Can Turn a Profit — Even With 40 Percent Labor Costs

Congress’s Restaurant Revitalization Fund Is Out of Money and Restaurants Are Still in Need

The James Beard Awards Will Be Fully Back in 2022

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There Is No ‘After’ the Reckoning for Restaurants

One year after Instagram flooded with callouts against racist, sexist, and toxic restaurant work cultures, what’s actually changed?

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Restaurants Turn to Hiring Bonuses to Entice Workers

But it’s not enough

How a New York City Restaurant Loses Money on a $14 Sandwich

Breaking down the food, labor, and fixed costs of Dirt Candy’s popular spinach croque-monsieur

How a New York City Restaurant Loses Money on a $14 Sandwich

Breaking down the food, labor, and fixed costs of Dirt Candy’s popular spinach croque-monsieur

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The 21 Essential Tulum Restaurants

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It Took a Pandemic to Make TV Dinners Truly Delicious

Why chefs are turning takeout meals into delightfully old-school TV dinners

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The Lie of ‘No One Wants to Work’

Amid reports of a restaurant industry "labor shortage," employees say all they really want are wages that makes the risk worth it

For Major Food Group, the Good Times Still Roll

The pandemic didn’t stop the New York City-based restaurant group from opening new locations of Carbone, Sadelle’s, Parm, and more

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For Pop-Up Owners, a Crossroads as Restaurants Return

As the restaurant industry inches toward normalcy, many of those who launched pandemic-era pop-ups are wondering what’s next

Everything Restaurants Need to Know About the Restaurant Revitalization Fund

The $28.6 billion will go fast, so establishments in need of help should gather documents quickly

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The Pastry Revolution Will Be Instagrammed

Instagram pop-up bakeries are a surprisingly exciting product of the pandemic. Nowhere are they more thrilling than in Los Angeles.

Michelin Announces 2021 Stars for the Netherlands

What It Cost to Keep Two Restaurants Open During the Pandemic Without Outdoor Dining or Delivery

Chef and restaurateur James Mark is relying on takeout and PPP loans to keep his restaurants afloat

What It Cost to Keep Two Restaurants Open During the Pandemic Without Outdoor Dining or Delivery

Chef and restaurateur James Mark is relying on takeout and PPP loans to keep his restaurants afloat

Senate Votes to Allocate Billions to Restaurant Industry With Stimulus Renewal

Sen. Schumer Explains How the Stimulus Bill Will Help Restaurants Recover 2020 Losses

This week on Eater’s Digest, the Senate Majority Leader discusses how grassroots lobbying for restaurants helped shape the relief package

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The Long-Term Promise of Restaurant Pivots

COVID-19 changed the way we dine out forever. Some of those changes should be permanent.

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We May Never Know How Many Restaurants Closed During the Pandemic

How many immigrant-owned restaurants and mom-and-pops were left out of early conversations about "saving restaurants"?

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The Responsibility of Saving Restaurants Should Never Have Been Ours

By refusing to act, the government effectively told diners that workers’ livelihoods and lives were in their hands

Rampant Heater Theft Is the Latest Blow to Outdoor Dining

The rush to purchase heat lamps for outside seating has led to a lucrative secondary market — and a surge in stealing

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