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At New York Restaurants, It’s the Season of the Yurt

Single-table huts, cabins and bubbles have sprung up across the city. A safer or more pleasant way to eat outdoors?

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L.A. Restaurateurs and Small Businesses Stay Creative, but Struggle to Survive

The L.A. restaurant scene was quick to create pop-ups and new food experiences throughout town when outdoor dining was allowed.…

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Restaurants adapt to the new normal: 20 ways dining out may change in 2021 and beyond

What will restaurants be like in the years to come? How will the often devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic (among…

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New Yorkers have spoken — this is NYC’s best outdoor dining spot

And the winner is … Fairfax Cafe

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5 Marketing Trends Born In 2020

These marketing trends that were born out of necessity this year, but brands should definitely keep them going…

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Introducing the Diner Code of Conduct for a COVID-19 World

Diners and restaurants can make eating out a far safer—and more pleasant—experience for workers and patrons alike with the new…

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HOW DRIVE-THRU EXPERIENTIAL MARKETING BECAME THE DARLING OF 2020

Hospitality technology platform Resy engaged foodies, and supported local restaurants, with a 10-course drive-through tasting experience presented by the American…

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Contemplating Luxury Yurts as Corporate ‘Support’

Back in the summer, reservations platform Resy and its parent credit card company, American Express, helped fund an effort to give…

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The unexpected gastronomic highlights of 2020

Meal kits were big news this year as restaurants scrambled to cater for customers at home, and new online outfits…

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Zahav’s yurt village shows the possibilities and disparities of winter outdoor dining

The menu costs $90 per person, and the reservation must be made with an American Express card through the Resy…

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