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She Was Stopped by the Police Multiple Times. Her Bosses Decided to Help.
Metro, Today

A restaurant with Black employees is prioritizing its workers’ mental health as they navigate the coronavirus and the protests against racial injustice.

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A New To-Go Window From an Uptown Fixture
Dining, Yesterday

Takeout from Butterfield Market, a pop-up series by Black chefs, and more restaurant news.

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With Robot Deliveries and Outdoor Tents, Campus Dining Will Be Very Different
Dining, July 13

It is still unclear how many students will return to college campuses this fall, but for those who do, mealtime will change dramatically.

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Pittsburgh Seemed Like a Virus Success Story. Now Cases Are Surging.
National, July 12

Pittsburgh, a sister city to Wuhan, China, saw only modest cases for months. In the last two weeks, cases are suddenly soaring.

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Coronavirus Fears Stem the Flow at Atomic Liquors, Las Vegas’s Oldest Bar
National, July 11

Nevada shut bars again after the virus surged. While restaurants remain open, customers find it’s not the same.

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Outdoor Dining Offers Fresh Air and Fantasy to a City That Needs Both
Dining, July 9

New York City’s sidewalks and streets have sprouted oases that evoke destinations from the Greek isles to the New Jersey Turnpike.

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Two Chefs Moved to Rural Minnesota to Expand on Their Mission of Racial Justice
Dining, July 7

Mateo Mackbee and Erin Lucas left Minneapolis for a small central Minnesota community, where they are using their restaurant, bakery and farm to promote diversity and teach children about food.

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Park Slope, Brooklyn, Gets a Beer Garden Built Into a Garage
Dining, July 7

A new spot from the owners of Kosaka, outdoor dining at La Mercerie and more restaurant news.

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In the Twin Cities’ Robust Dining Scene, Few Black-Owned Businesses
Dining, July 7

In the wake of George Floyd’s killing, chefs and restaurateurs are looking for ways to fix the racial imbalance.

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A Million Jobs Lost: A ‘Heart Attack’ for the N.Y.C. Economy
Metro, July 7

While the national jobless rate has rebounded as many states started to reopen, New Yorkers continue to lose jobs and seek benefits.

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Let the Ramen Come to You
Dining, July 6

The chef Yohei Ishida is now shipping ramen kits, with two varieties, from his restaurant Ramen Ishida.

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Kwame Onwuachi Is Leaving Kith and Kin in Washington
Dining, July 6

The chef said that he would seek a restaurant of his own. Paola Velez, the restaurant’s executive pastry chef, has also left, to work with two Washington restaurants.

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As Dining Takes to the Streets, New York Restaurants Hit a Speed Bump
Dining, July 2

Owners who built outdoor seating, following official guidelines, say the city has changed a key rule and cost them money.

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The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week
T Style, July 2

Three-course French meals for the home, a new Greek hotel — and more.

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In N.Y.C., Dining Remains Outdoors Only for Now
Metro, July 2

Mayor Bill de Blasio postponed indoor dining indefinitely, in response to reports of a surge of infections in other states. 

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N.Y. Officials Halt Indoor Dining, Alarmed by Virus Rise in Other States
Metro, July 1

Indoor dining in New York City had been expected to resume on Monday. Now, a return to summer normalcy will have to wait a little longer.

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I’m Not Ready to Go Back to Restaurants. Is Anyone?
Dining, June 30

Restaurateurs have become de facto public-health officials as Covid-19 cases spike all over the country, and it’s a problem.

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Long Island City Gets a New Rooftop Restaurant
Dining, June 30

Perivoli will offer Greek classics and East River views, John Fraser reopens the North Fork Table & Inn, and more restaurant news.

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‘Who Are We For?’ How the Virus Is Testing the Identity of Chinatown
Metro, June 30

Shops and restaurants that shunned digital commerce struggled to reach customers, exposing a generational rift over whether they need to modernize.

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Alarmed by Sun Belt Spike, N.Y. and N.J. Reconsider Pace of Reopening
Metro, June 29

The New Jersey governor postponed plans to allow indoor dining this week, and New York officials are considering a similar pause.

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Public Spaces Weren’t Designed for Pandemics. N.Y.C. Is Trying to Adapt.
Metro, June 29

New rules and design will try to keep New Yorkers safe in the usually crowded plazas, parks and streets.

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How José Andrés Faces the Challenge of Feeding Millions
Special Sections, June 29

“Sometimes very big problems, they have very simple solutions.”

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Starting Bonus for a Laundry Worker: How a Beach Town Wrestles With Jobless Benefits
Business, June 26

Rehoboth Beach, Del., provides insight into how a $600 expanded unemployment benefit is affecting rehiring.

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For Small Businesses, It’s All About the Pivot
Special Sections, June 26

These entrepreneurs wanted to own their future the way they had owned their past. What they did and how they did it was as varied as their businesses.

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Welcome to Applebee’s! Can I Get You Started With Some Disinfectant?
Sunday Business, June 26

Chain restaurants are rethinking food for diners who fear the virus — and one another.

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Americans Face New Virus Limbo as Some Reopenings Are Halted
National, June 24

Some states and counties are delaying and even reversing reopenings as virus cases mount in the South and West. Experts say more opening and closing could go on for months.

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Restaurant Dining Is Back, if You Can Find a Table
Dining, June 23

With outdoor service allowed again, our chief restaurant critic, Pete Wells, goes in search of his first sit-down restaurant meal since March.

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An All-Day Cafe and Bakery for Park Slope
Dining, June 23

Groceries and natural wine in the East Village, Il Buco in Montauk, and more restaurant news.

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U.K. Leader Lifts Wide Variety of Coronavirus Restrictions
Foreign, June 23

Boris Johnson announced that pubs, restaurants, museums and hair salons in England will be allowed to reopen July 4 with restrictions and, inevitably, higher levels of risk.

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The Nutcracker Hustle: Why Selling Bootleg Cocktails Just Got Harder
Metropolitan, June 20

The pandemic has inspired restaurants and bars to mimic the drink. But they have legal protection to do so.

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Pandemic Gives S.O.S. a New Meaning for U.K. Cheesemakers: Save Our Stilton
Foreign, June 19

With pubs and restaurants closed, the six producers that make the famous blue cheese are fighting for survival.

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Food That’s a Business and a Comfort
Special Sections, June 19

A San Francisco-based Malaysian chef is keeping busy during the pandemic with a diverse business model that has allowed her to improvise and generate revenue.

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New York City Will Enter Next Phase of Reopening on Monday, Mayor Says
Metro, June 18

As many as 300,000 workers are expected to get back to work as outdoor dining, in-store shopping and office work resume.

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The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week
T Style, June 18

New work from Theaster Gates, bamboo-inspired fine jewelry — and more.

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Coronavirus Fears in China Find a New Target: Salmon
Foreign, June 18

Suppliers and restaurants are scrambling after an outbreak in Beijing triggered fears that salmon may have spread it. Officials later absolved the fish of blame, but consumers are avoiding it anyway.

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This Cajun Corn Dish Screams ‘Summer’
Magazine, June 17

Maque choux is sweet, hot, juicy, milky, buttery perfection.

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Our Lives Happen in Restaurants
Interactive, June 16

Renowned writers remember some of their funniest, best, strangest and most memorable meals out.

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Sami & Susu Opens for Takeout in Williamsburg
Dining, June 16

Jewish-style barbecue in Chelsea Market, a roundup of steaks for delivery, and more restaurant news.

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Dining in the Street? As Restaurants Reopen, Seating Moves Outdoors
Business, June 16

Cities are accelerating applications and waiving fees to allow alfresco dining, but the moves are disrupting neighborhoods and cutting much-needed tax revenue.

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Dining in the Street? As Restaurants Reopen, Seating Moves Outdoors
Business, June 16

Cities are accelerating applications and waiving fees to allow al fresco dining, but the moves are disrupting neighborhoods and cutting much-needed tax revenue.

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A Top Chicago Restaurant Messaged Its Virtue. Then Workers Spoke Up.
Dining, June 16

Since Fat Rice proclaimed its support for justice, former employees have come forward with complaints that its chef created a hostile work environment.

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As Travel Resumes, Wineries, Cooking Schools and Others Get Creative
Travel, June 16

Distilleries, cooking schools, wineries and food halls from California to South Minneapolis are adjusting to social distancing and hygiene in a new era of travel.

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One Restaurant’s Survival Guide
News Desk, June 15

This restaurant was forced to get creative with its use of technology — and to forgo the apps.

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12 Restaurants America Loves. With Recipes!
Interactive, May 26

We’re making food from our favorite restaurants at home.

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The Downtown New York Restaurant With a Who’s Who List of Devotees
Interactive, April 13

From the start, Omen was a gathering place for artists, writers, actors and designers — 40 years later, in a vastly different city, it still is.

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How the Virus Transformed the Way Americans Spend Their Money
Interactive, April 11

Airlines and movie theaters are hurting. Grocery stores and streaming services are raking it in.