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Beverage

What consumers can expect to drink in 2021

The top beverage trends that will evolve and emerge in the year ahead.

Operations

Restaurants rebel against new COVID restrictions

Operators are turning to the courts and rallying rank-and-file peers to defy new service limits.

Pennsylvania has banned alcohol service Wednesday night, while others rely on curfews, public pleas and stepped-up enforcement of safety rules.

Many independent restaurants limped through earlier closures, thanks to limited federal aid, but operators say their future is even more precarious during this latest round of dining closures.

With the pandemic devastating the hospitality business, hotel operators have to move in new directions for the new year.

The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation's apprenticeship program offers restaurant and hospitality workers an opportunity to advance their careers.

California voters also approved a measure allowing delivery drivers to continue to be classified as independent contractors.

Operators in five of the state's most populous counties say they were denied the benefits of tourism fees they paid.

COVID-19 roundup: NY extends eviction moratorium, New Mexico says train or shut down, Pennsylvania restaurants lose a bid for capacity protection and Chicago halts indoor bar service.

A new report from SevenRooms can guide hotel companies in meeting guests’ current hospitality demands.

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