"I put out a basic signing bonus and there are many businesses that do it," he said. "And it was not an awful lot, it was $400, but I didn't even get a phone call, crickets."
A celebration of the life of East Bay kitchen Matriarch and owner of Everett and Jones BBQ, Dorothy King, was held in Oakland Wednesday. King, known as a "compassionate rebel," died of breast cancer at 69 earlier this month.
Santa Clara County and San Francisco County are expecting to join San Mateo County and move into the orange tier next week, as COVID-19 cases continue to trend downward.
She was known as The Queen of ‘Q’; East Bay kitchen matriarch, Dorothy King, owner of Everett and Jones BBQ has died.
San Francisco residents enjoyed the city's first weekend in the red tier, with museums, movie theaters, and indoor dining returning.
The city has seen a massive proliferation from a few dozen parklets, to more than 2,000 with a thousand more in the pipeline.
A coalition of Bay Area restaurants and wineries filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against California’s ban on outdoor dining, calling the restriction "arbitrary, capricious, and untethered to evidence."
The owner and the workers of the Tadich Grill found out this week the restaurant will soon receive more than $31,000 to make it through this crisis.
Incontro Ristorante had its health permit suspended last week after it was cited seven times for serving customers outside.
Ringing in New Year's Eve at home gave people a reason to splurge on pricier alcohol and bigger takeout orders.
California’s financially battered restaurants filed government claims Monday to recover more than $100 million in fees for liquor and health permits and tourism charges that they say were assessed even though their businesses were shuttered or only partially operating under long-running coronavirus orders.
Dining at restaurants may have a higher rate of COVID-19 transmission than other activities like shopping or riding public transportation, a CDC study concluded.
New data about San Francisco's world-renowned dining scene shows that the industry is starving for customers. Sales in high-end restaurants to hole-in-the-wall eateries have fallen by 91% during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the city's Chamber of Commerce.
Black Restaurant Week kicks off in the Bay Area on Aug. 21 and last through the end of the month.
The fast food giant is the latest business to announce a mask mandate for customers in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Those sectors were supposed to reopen on July 13, but city leaders decided to put plans on hold as San Francisco is seeing a spike in cases.
City officials say that indoor dining can't happen until coronavirus infection rates go down.
Not everyone is compelled into this phase, he said, including the Bay Area and Los Angeles counties, which have not chosen to move that fast.
Many are waiting on guidance from county and state health officials before making changes.
Many restaurants already are practicing safety procedures they anticipate will be required to reopen.