“It’s hard to be on the receiving end of someone’s higher level of stress. And that is just the human condition right now.”
Restaurants foster physical community through remote classes.
A survey about life and livelihood in local area bars and restaurants, and what we need to make both of those things a continued possibility in the not-too-distant future.
It’s natural to long for the old days way back in February, but we all need to recognize that we’re in a new era.
When it comes to keeping restaurant employees safe and paid over the long term, Texas may have answers
“Even when we go back to work we’re not going to be back to work. I’m not going to have 35 hours at the bar right away, and people can’t sit at the bar.”
And while nearly every cook, server, busser, host, and bartender is out of a job right now, thanks to these initiatives, many can still count on family meals.
#ProjectPaulie was first conjured as a plan to feed furloughed bartender friends, but quickly morphed into a multi-pronged project to reach as many unemployed hospitality-industry workers as possible.
New restaurant initiatives sweeten deals for donors to help “people who aren’t getting help from government sponsored programs.”
A list of bars and locales to consider—and those to avoid—if all you really want to do when it comes to drinking on Sunday is sit down, have a cocktail, and not be surrounded by people in green hats who look like they’re ready to puke on your shoes.