"Since the pandemic began, our staff has been repeatedly screamed at, spit on, slapped and punched by angry customers for enforcing safety protocols. If you have a problem with our policy, please just go somewhere else, like to the nearest vaccination site."
Popular restaurants Bottega Louie and The Village Idiot have decided to close temporarily due to the increase of COVID-19 cases in LA County.
It was all smiles across Orange County as diners and partygoers kicked off the first weekend since the state's reopening.
Masks are still the norm for residents and customers in the San Gabriel Valley.
California has lifted most of the state’s coronavirus rules now that it's June 15, here's what things will look like for SoCal residents.
The state of California will fully reopen its economy on June 15, and restaurant and bar owners are preparing for the reopening and how it could impact their businesses.
Diners as well as restaurant workers are very excited to see reopening at full capacity.
"The pandemic may be going away... but your to-go cocktails don’t have to!" California will allow outdoor dining expansions and to-go cocktails to stay after the state fully reopens on June 15.
Now that more restaurants are opening back up owners have discovered a new problem due to the COVID-19 restrictions.
Nightlife in West Hollywood is once again bustling as Los Angeles County enters the less-restrictive orange tier this weekend.
It was on Saint Patrick’s Day 2020 that bars and restaurants found out they’d be forced to close. This year the celebration is on with some new rules.
A judge Monday granted a temporary restraining order allowing the city of Burbank to enforce its closure order of a local restaurant that had continued offering outdoor dining service during the coronavirus pandemic despite the revocation of its health and conditional-use permits.
dineL.A. Restaurant Week is officially underway, highlighting the diverse culinary experiences that Los Angeles has to offer.
Hundreds of local restaurants in Los Angeles are participating in Dine L.A. Restaurant Week from March 1 to March 14.
The wait to get an outside table in Los Angeles County spanned nearly two months.
Health officials say the reason behind removing TVs is to prevent gatherings of sports fans, especially since the Super Bowl is coming up.
Outdoor dining is back in Pasadena days before the rest of Los Angeles County's reopening date as the city follows its own health department's guidelines.
Some call the timing strange, while others are relieved they can bring back customers.
Surviving California businesses are trying to pick up where they left off after the stay-at-home order was lifted for all regions in the state.
Restaurant owners and workers are expecting California's stay-at-home order to be lifted sometime Monday.