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NYC grants protections to food delivery workers

The landmark package of bills addresses bathroom access, payment policies and more.

Operations

Carmine’s Italian Restaurant is primed to reopen in Times Square as Broadway shows resume

New York City’s Great White Way was dark for the last 18 months, and Carmine’s highest volume location was closed. The restaurant reopens today with high expectations.

The landmark legislation was part of a group of bills approved Thursday that put limits on third-party delivery providers.

Some restaurateurs find the state's new guidelines confusing, while others find it a call to action. Customers simply enjoy the nice weather.

Service will be capped at 25% of maximum seating levels.

Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Kentucky have all restricted establishments to takeout and delivery as coronavirus disruptions spread.

In what’s believed to be a first-of-its-kind hearing, the City Council pressed operators and outside services for information on how third-party delivery works and what issues need to be resolved.

A coalition is making a stand in New York, arguing that New York City’s version of advance scheduling requirements are illegal.

A new study shows a huge gap between the pay required by law and what employees in demand are actually making.

Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group has turned to coffee for its latest area of opportunity, announcing an undisclosed investment and strategic alliance with Joe Coffee. Here’s a closer look at Joe Coffee and how the chain plans to tap into USHG’s resources to further grow its business.