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NYC eases 118 regulatory requirements for restaurants

The mandates were killed, lightened or appended with grace periods for righting violations—a historic change for a city known for its red tape.

Financing

Pizza Hut, facing sales challenges, turns to third-party delivery for help

The pizza chain’s sales fell, much like Domino’s, because of the driver shortage. But the company says operators that have used aggregators are seeing sales benefits.

All but shut down during the pandemic, New York City’s tourist hub is now reenergized. And restaurants want a piece of the action.

The big lobbying group argued the caps will ultimately hurt the restaurants they’re designed to help.

The pandemic has intensified a long-brewing shortage of truck drivers, often leaving restaurants scrambling to get what they need. But some argue there is no shortage at all, just a lack of pay.

A Deeper Dive: Michael Osanloo, CEO of the hot dog and Italian beef chain, joins the podcast to discuss labor, the chain’s drive-thru-only plans and keeping the focus on the long term.

The store offers a high-tech, contactless experience in what Starbucks bills as a comfortable “third place” environment. But does it deliver on both?

Operators have lost both business and staff because of the requirement, according to an industry association.

The celebrated chef also renovated his NYC flagship, Restaurant Daniel, and has more projects in the pipeline.

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

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