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New restaurant equipment and back-of-the-house technology
Operations

As workers test positive, restaurants around the country are closing for a second time

But operators say they are lacking clear guidelines about how to proceed when an employee contracts the coronavirus.

Operations

Where does COVID-19 leave catering?

Many restaurants have suspended their programs, but the service has a history of bouncing back.

Stocking the kitchen with beans is a simple way to go greener while keeping costs and labor low—and Bush’s canned beans make it even easier. 

Guidance includes preventing the spread of COVID-19 and keeping guests and staff safe.

As restaurants across the country begin the process of reopening, ensuring an excellent—and safe—customer experience will be more important than ever before.

Extra-large spaces, high tech and low risk are assets for these mega-concepts in a post-COVID world.

Gov. Cuomo said special investigators have been dispatched to catch violators of the state's reopening rules.

Re-openings are being welcomed, but tentatively, and operators expect to be unprofitable through the end of the year.

The politically progressive chain is giving all employees paid time off on Nov. 3 to encourage them to vote.

The eatertainment chain is gradually reopening units amid the pandemic, with reduced hours, fewer games and a scaled-down menu.

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