I WAS PLANNING ON REOPENING A WEEK FROM TODAY. WE’RE GOING TO BE HAVING TO PUSH THAT OUT AT LEAST ONE AND MAYBE TWO WEEKS BECAUSE WE JUST DON’T HAVE ENOUGH QUALIFIED. ALL THE WESTLAND AND BOSTON’S SOUTH END HAS BEEN CLOSED SINCE MARCH 2020 DOUG BACON THE PRESIDENT OF RED PAINT HOSPITALITY GROUP SAYS THE ONLY THING PREVENTING HIM FROM REOPENING THE WESTLAND NEXT WEEK IS LACK OF STAFF HE NEEDS TO HIRE ABOUT 30 PEOPLE THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE WORKED FOR FOR ME IN THE PAST. SOME OF THEM HAVE MOVED OUT OF STATE SOME OF THEM HAVE … Read More
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Convenience store chain Circle K is launching a beverage subscription program, following in the footsteps of Burger King and Panera Bread.
Starting Wednesday, U.S. customers who pay $5.99 per month can have one tea, coffee, Froster slushy or Polar Pop fountain drink of their choosing every day.
Circle K’s Sip & Save program looks to build loyalty and coax people into its stores again on a regular basis. During the coronavirus pandemic, consumers made fewer trips to convenience stores.
Sales of self-serve beverages took a hit
BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – Teacher Appreciation Week starts on Monday, May 3 and ends on Friday, May 7.
Teachers have had to deal with a lot since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and this week, various restaurants and companies are giving back to educators.
The online media website Thrillist has compiled a list, and some of the highlights are listed below:
Free Food for Teachers:
The deal: If you got your COVID-19 vaccine, Krispy Kreme will give you a free donut every day for the rest of the year.
When: Through December 31
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Restaurants, bars, caterers and other food businesses devastated by the pandemic began applying Monday for help from a new $28.6 billion federal aid program, but the money isn’t expected to last long.
Despite a few glitches after thousands descended on the application website for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund when it went live at noon, the process was fairly straightforward, applicants said.
That was a welcome change from the technical problems that have plagued other aid programs run by the Small Business Administration, which is managing the restaurant fund.
“It was impressively smooth,” said Sarah Horak, who co-owns three bars and
A Starbucks barista’s photo of a ridiculously complicated drink with 13 different special instructions went viral on Twitter Monday morning. Under the extra caramel drizzle, extra whipped cream, cinnamon dolce topping, and five pumps of banana (banana? five??), there’s no way you’re actually tasting the coffee. (Which, for Starbucks, isn’t much of a tragedy because the coffee is mediocre anyway).
On todays episode of why i wanna quit my job. pic.twitter.com/vKAtRKNRwe
— Josie (@ProjectJosiee) May 2, 2021
This customer’s tedious drink order reflects how many Americans approach much more than just coffee. If we just arrange the perfect