Bars, breweries, distilleries and wineries in California that do not have their own kitchens, but partner with meal providers can now sell alcoholic beverages to go, so long as they are sold with a meal and served in a sealed container, state officials announced.
Workers at McDonald's restaurants in 20 cities will go on strike Wednesday to put pressure on the company to improve employee protections during the coronavirus outbreak.
A woman who refused to wear a face covering at the Gelson's in Dana Point is facing criticism after posting the video to social media.
A Norco restaurant reopened this past weekend, and a customer surprised the staff by leaving a $5,000 tip.
The former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver shared an image of the restaurant check on May 18.
An iconic Southern California restaurant that’s been around for more than five decades is doing its part to “Pie it Forward,” to make quarantine life a little sweeter.
McDonald’s is preparing to welcome customers back into their dining rooms — but only after their new safety standards have been met.
Video shows the customer engaging in a physical altercation at a Red Lobster location in York, Pennsylvania.
An outbreak of the novel coronavirus at a Maruchan ramen noodle factory in Virginia has sickened several workers, according to local reports.
Local restaurants are preparing for the day they can reopen for dine-in after Governor Newsom laid out guidelines on Tuesday afternoon that will have to be met to do so.
Krispy Kreme is selling lemon glazed doughnuts, as well as lemon cream-filled ones, starting Tuesday, May 12. The treats will only be available for four days, until Friday, May 15.
One of the world's largest brewers says it may have to dump millions of gallons of beer because of a ban on alcohol sales in South Africa.
Big fast-food chains are cashing in on the Mexican holiday with limited-time deals.
Fast-food chain Wendy's is taking burgers off the menu in some locations as the U.S. deals with a meat shortage traced back to the coronavirus.
Who doesn't love a hot bread pretzel? Pasadena based Wetzel's Pretzel had just launched a food truck pre-coronavirus pandemic. With the "Safer at Home" order they've put that truck to good use.
A well-known bakery in Highland Park is hurting just like so many other small businesses.
A meat shortage is hurting the smaller taco stands ahead of one of their biggest days of the year.
Small businesses could soon be shuttering their doors as the result of the coronavirus pandemic, concerning entrepreneurs who are part of the fabric of our country.
U.S. stores will be open for to-go and delivery service, with cafe seating remaining closed to customers.
“I’d say don’t panic, the supply is going to be there.” Jeff Perez reassuring customers of his small Highland Park Butcher Shop, Chops. He’s been working to keep his business afloat during the pandemic as fears of meat shortages grow.