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At The Grey, Running a Restaurant Is an Ongoing Conversation

For The Grey chef-owner Mashama Bailey and her partner and co-founder, John O. Morisano, a restaurant should function like a…


The Road Back

Four New Dining Rules of COVID-19 Restaurant Engagement

We opened our new restaurant Leah & Louise on March 20, the same day that North Carolina announced its pandemic…


Helping OutLos Angeles

Feeding Each Other: Restaurant Workers and Food Insecurity

Over the two decades that I have worked within the restaurant and hospitality industry, I have noticed and experienced a…


Los Angeles

Presenting On The Line, a new documentary series about Los Angeles restaurants

Introducing On The Line, a four-part documentary shorts series by award-winning new media studio Crimes of Curiosity and Resy. The…


Chinatown USANew York

Hunan Slurp Is Telegraphing the Tastes of Home, Now More Than Ever

Hunan Slurp first opened in Manhattan’s East Village in 2018 as a cure for homesickness. Especially after a year like…


Chinatown USANew York

46 Mott’s Patrick Mock Just Wants to Keep Chinatown Alive

Patrick Mock spends most of his days doing everything he can to keep alive 46 Mott, his Cantonese-style bakery. The coronavirus…


The Road BackSan FranciscoNapa

On Reclosing and Reopening a Restaurant Again

Tamer Hamawi is the owner of Gran Electrica in Napa, Calif., as well as Colonie, Gran Electrica, and Pips in…


The Road BackPhiladelphia

Michael Solomonov on Getting Through the Pandemic

Michael Solomonov is back in the kitchen, manning the bread station at Zahav and taking everything day by day.  “There…


The Road BackNew York

Hospitality Is What Can Save Restaurants. But Uncertainty Is Destroying Them.

We served our last lunch before quarantine on Monday, March 17.  When we disbanded our team and said good-bye, we…


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