Minnesota Republicans celebrated election victories with a gala party. A state senator’s death from Covid-19 underlined the consequences of the G.O.P.’s rejection of health experts’ guidance.
In her mid-50s, she cashed out some retirement savings to buy an Oklahoma City eatery, revamping the menu with family recipes. She died of complications of Covid-19.
He put a refined twist on traditional Italian-American cooking at his South Brooklyn restaurant, Tommaso. He died of complications of Covid-19.
Tough sacrifices may still be required, but many see a post-pandemic resurgence in the year ahead.
New Yorkers are world-famous kvetchers. But when we got something real to complain about, we changed our tune.
Fans in the theater world, including Matthew Broderick and Debra Messing, will appear in a Christmas Day telethon to try to save the West Bank Cafe.
Footage of revelers dancing without masks at a Republican club’s event has led to an investigation of the venue, a popular Italian restaurant.
Officials are racing to secure more I.C.U. beds after an explosion of infections caused a bottleneck of patients. If cases aren’t brought under control, the government may impose Level 3 restrictions for the first time in South Korea.
Sales of wine, beer and spirits are up across the board, but “consumers are trading up and spending more,” one analyst said.
Large dine-in chains are finding it difficult to enact uniform approaches to the pandemic when dealing with different regulations across the country about how they can operate.
Up to a foot of snow is forecast in New York City between Wednesday afternoon and Thursday evening.
Restaurants already struggling during the pandemic are experiencing another setback. Many increasingly wonder how they will survive.
The decision, intended to slow a second wave of coronavirus cases, is a blow to the struggling restaurant industry.
A sous-chef’s search for job security shows how cooks, managers and servers at fine dining establishments have been hit hard by the pandemic.
Frustrated over an order to temporarily ban outdoor dining across Los Angeles County, many elected officials have fought back — with votes to form their own health departments.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced a new restrictions model that could end indoor dining in the city as early as next week.
Restaurant owners says Los Angeles County is unfairly enforcing its ban on outdoor dining, but health officials say rules for film crews are much more strict.
The multipronged advice, for individuals and state and local officials, may augur a national strategy in the months to come, experts said.
A roaring recovery is in sight, but a lot depends on what Congress does next for the winter economy.
The throngs of visitors have disappeared from New York City’s famous neighborhood, stirring fears that it could return to its 1970s self.
Los Angeles County is now seeing almost 5,000 new virus cases a day. The order, which even restricts functions in private homes, takes effect Monday.