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The end of the Covid-19 emergency will be a godsend for the U.S. restaurant industry. But in the near term, it might not be as good for restaurant shareholders as one might expect.

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A year after the first coronavirus-fueled market selloff, investors seem to love restaurant stocks as much as Americans love to dine out. And Wall Street has been more than willing to give the industry a pass as Covid-19 and accompanying government restrictions have devastated restaurant traffic

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Saturday nights are increasingly spelling trouble for Long Island restaurateurs. Three weeks after two Suffolk County restaurants had their liquor licenses suspended for violating COVID-era rules during Saturday evening service, La Famiglia in Smithtown has fallen into the same quagmire.

On Feb. 20, inspectors from the state liquor authority visited La Famiglia and noted 123 patrons inside, more than double the currently permitted occupancy of 60, according to an SLA report. “Due to the sheer number of individuals packed in the bar area, including several standing and drinking without face masks, investigators had to navigate through the crowd to approach

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DENVER (KDVR) — The staff at Guard and Grace are extremely thankful for a patron that left a $6,800 cash tip distributed to the 34 employees working at the restaurant on Saturday night.

The guest signed the receipt “COVID bandit” and wrote “COVID sucks” with a smiley face on it. The receipt is similar to one previously signed at a cafe in Estes Park and is the same amount per employee.

According to Ben Moon, one of the staff members working on Saturday, the diner was talking to the

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Chip and Joanna Gaines were among the business owners impacted by Winter Storm Uri. The couple’s Magnolia Table restaurant flooded when a pipe broke during the brutal Texas storm. Chip shared a video of the damage, announcing the couple’s Magnolia Foundation has launched Texas Forever to help others during uncertain times.

“Whether you heard about it on the news or have been living in the middle of it, you know Texas has been hit hard by Winter Storm Uri. Families and individuals from all over are dealing with the fallout of a storm like we’ve never seen,” the Fixer Upper:

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Dallas restaurant real estate is a revolving door: One restaurant moves out, another moves in. But in 2021, those doors are really spinning.

As many as 2,000 restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth have closed since March 2020, according to Emily Williams Knight, president and CEO of the Texas Restaurant Association. Most closed after the coronavirus pandemic crushed restaurant sales and exposed how fragile the industry can be. And yet, dozens of restaurateurs, both newcomers and veterans, are jumping at the opportunity to open a new business in a second- or third-generation space that was recently vacated.

Here’s an example of that

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studiotamat has transformed an abandoned historic bakery in rome’s garbatella neighborhood into ‘tre de tutto’, a hybrid between a refined restaurant and a local bar. the project combines existing features, such as untreated walls in neutral shades, with contemporary elements and a dynamic palette of colors and materials. arranged on two levels to accommodate the natural inclination of the ground, ‘tre de tutto’ is characterized by a ground floor with a triangular layout, and a large central cruciform pillar that divides the spaces.all images © seven h. zhang

 

 

studiotamat’s ‘tre de tutto’ features three generous, full-height, custom-designed arched windows,

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