Peter Romeo

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NYC authorities decide not to prosecute Mario Batali

Two of the cases were past the statute of limitations, and the evidence in a third did not justify charges, authorities told the media.


Government shutdown may not affect restaurants as seriously as reported

The FDA is still monitoring the food supply, and places can still hire without E-Verify.

Mastercard is dropping its name from charge plates because of increased digital usage and the public’s comfort with emojis and other symbols.

The option is intended to boost traffic.

The onetime dishwasher had worked for the multi-concept group since 1963.

Paper versions would be provided only upon request.

But the research also verifies that there are still a significant amount of true sufferers at 26 million.

The 192-year-old restaurant was a victim of soaring costs and declining traffic, according to its current owner.

Recent eruptions suggest customers are losing perspective when a restaurant visit doesn’t go perfectly. But decide for yourself from these noteworthy examples.

New research shows the top choices for restaurants looking to buy a system in 2019, based on their functionality and price.

But doughnuts will remain in the promotional spotlight, along with a new coffee drink and sandwiches.

The addition of Lynn Schweinfurth clears the way for a new COO.