Levy Restaurants sued over minimum wage at U.S. Cellular Field

A former Levy Restaurants employee sued the Chicago-based sports concessionaire, alleging that the company violates Illinois minimum-wage laws for its servers at U.S. Cellular Field.

Susan McShane, a former server at the Stadium Club at the White Sox's ballpark, filed a complaint yesterday and is seeking class-action status for allegations that Levy improperly counts a "tip credit" toward employees' wages.

Read the Full Article

Members help make our journalism possible. Become a Restaurant Business member today and unlock exclusive benefits, including unlimited access to all of our content. Sign up here.


Exclusive Content


Why the Smashed Jack sparked record-smashing demand at Jack in the Box

Behind the Menu: The chain’s newest menu addition aims to break the mold on what a fast-food burger can be, and customers are buying in.


Why Wingstop isn't afraid of Popeyes' chicken wings

The Bottom Line: The fast-casual wing chain says its sales improve when another brand pushes the product. Here’s why that might be.


Mendocino Farms masters a meaty Philly cheesesteak sandwich—without the meat

Behind the Menu: The fast casual uses a mushroom-based meat alternative for its Philly Shroomsteak Sandwich, a new menu item targeted to flexitarians, not just vegans.


More from our partners