Tag: restaurants

Governor Newsom Launches Restaurant Comeback Plan For Reopen

SAN FRANCISCO—Governor Gavin Newsom announced action on June 3 to ensure that restaurants, bars, breweries, and wineries will continue to benefit from pandemic regulatory...

The Pandemic Continues To Strike Businesses

UNITED STATES—The global pandemic of 2020 has continued to spill over into 2021 and it is taking out businesses left and right America. I...

Outdoor Dining Ban At San Francisco Restaurants Lifted

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced that outdoor dining can resume on January 28 during a weekly COVID press conference two days earlier....

Lyft Considers Launching New Food-Delivery Service

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco based ride-share company Lyft is considering adding a new food delivery service to their operations. On November 10 John Zimmer, Lyft’s...

City Pauses Reopening Plans To Prevent Surge In Cases

SAN FRANCISCO—On October 30, San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced that the city will temporarily pause most of its reopening plans set for November...

Alcohol-Only Bars Planned To Reopen Outdoors

SAN FRANCISCO—As the city of San Francisco moves into the final stage of reopening, bars that only offer drinks will be allowed to open...

Wolfgang Puck Opens New Restaurants In West Hollywood

WEST HOLLYWOOD—Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck is bringing two restaurants, Ospero and Merois to West Hollywood. Puck signed the new deal with the upcoming Pendry...

San Francisco Tenderloin Streets Blocked For Outdoor Dining

SAN FRANCISCO—On Thursday, September 24, parts of the streets in the Tenderloin District were blocked after the Tenderloin Merchants Association released an announcement on...

Officials Reverse Decision On Indoor Dining Capacity

SAN FRANCISCO—On Sept. 26, San Francisco health officials changed the guidelines for indoor dining. Originally it was allowed 25 percent capacity including staff, instead...

SF Likely To Extend “Shared Spaces” Until Spring 2022

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco officials are considering waiving outdoor permit fees, and extending the “Shared Spaces Program” until Spring 2022. City officials Aaron Peskin and...
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