HANFORD — According to a consumer survey conducted by Technomic, a sister company of Restaurant Business magazine, named Dutch Bros second in …
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MONTEREY — Recent rainfall in Central California led to precautionary road closures throughout the region, including Monterey County. A stretc…
Lawmakers at every level from county boards to Congress must reexamine emergency laws and make appropriate changes to create new rules hinging on information, not speculation and untested theory after COVID is controlled. If they don’t, we will have learned nothing from this year’s very painful experiences.
MONTEREY — Residents and travelers alike will attest that Monterey County is a hub of some of the country’s freshest food and wine. The region…
A garden pail filled with disposable hand wipes and huge bottles of hand sanitizer can be found atop every table at Paris bistro Chez L'Ami Jean.
Restaurants are reducing their menus to streamline their operations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In the United States, its estimated 200,000 restaurants may not reopen due to bankruptcy.
Restaurants weigh reopening and review their safety precautions. So what will it be like to dine inside eateries again? One thing's for sure — it's going to be different.
In a pandemic, tipping becomes a community love language.
Written after volunteering at his own community restaurant, Jon Bon Jovi encourages everyone to lend a hand — in any way you can.
Businesses should close break rooms. Restaurants should consider disposable menus and plates. Schools should have students eat lunch in their classrooms. These are some of the recommendations offered in new federal plans.
Sorry Waffle House fans, you may have to get your breakfast fix elsewhere — for now.
Travelers love Delray Beach for its distinctive mix of beach, nightlife, nature, and family-friendly activities. Three miles of the city’s east coast offers sunbathers and surfers a place to look out onto the Atlantic Ocean. Snorkelers can take a swim to see the “SS Inchulva,” a British boat sunk by hurricane winds in 1903 and now a must-see tourist destination.
While most beaches are covered in sand made of pulverized coral, the fine powder on Siesta Beach is quartz. The mineral traveled down hillsides via rivers, eventually being deposited on Florida’s western shore. And that material change makes a big difference. Unlike coral, the reflective powder (which feels like flour) quartz keeps cool even on piping hot days.
Texas Roadhouse CEO Kent Taylor is giving up his salary and bonus for the year to pay the steakhouse chain's front-line employees during the virus pandemic.
Big dining chains like Olive Garden are better equipped to weather the storm than independent restaurants. But despite their size, they're still in a precarious position.
Mexico City is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, with tourists flying in from around the world for delicious food, beautiful architecture, and an intriguing cultural scene. But think twice between booking over holidays: Christmas and Easter are extremely popular times to visit, and given that it's the capital city, hotel room prices really spike over these holiday periods. The rainy season from June through September in Mexico City puts a damper on the sun (and good weather) — though travelers on a budget can save some cash by visiting during this time.
Massive renovation projects recently wrapped up or are underway at some of the area's biggest and best-known addresses - Arizona Biltmore, Sheraton Phoenix Downtown and The Phoenician, to name a few.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A masked man attempting to rob a Kentucky chicken joint at gun point wound up fleeing the restaurant empty-handed when two married police officers on a date night chased him from the scene, authorities said.
This isn’t the Florida Keys or Daytona Beach, so don’t plan on sporting flip-flops and swimsuits anywhere other than the beach or hotel pool when you’re in Miami. To be fair, even the pools can feel like fashion runways at some of the city’s posh hotels.
Panama City's soaring skyscrapers, overall safety and vibrant restaurant and bar scene will likely surprise travelers who avoid other Central American capitals. Of course, the Panama Canal is one of the biggest draws and it merits a visit to see its locks and engineering ingenuity in action. Additionally, the city has a reputable selection of museums to fill a day or two. Frank Gehry's Biomuseo is worth a stop for its exhibits on biodiversity and adjoining garden — not to mention its peculiarly colorful geometric design. Meanwhile, the Museum of Contemporary Art, known as M.A.C., houses work by Panama's leading modern artists.