Restaurants Now Enduring Nationwide Chicken ShortagePoultry experts say it’s the result of the perfect storm of events over the last year.
North Texas Restaurants Still Having Hard Time Staffing UpRachael O'Neil talked to restaurant owners at the Taste of Addison.
'We Have Run Into A Little Bit Of A Struggle': North Texas Restaurants Having Hard Time Staffing UpWith the state being asked to remove pandemic unemployment, people are looking for work— some restaurants are ready to up the pay.
How Restaurant Labor Shortages Are Affecting North Texas LocationsThe Texas Restaurant Association says 94% of restaurants in the state have said they can’t open to full capacity due to lack of employees.
Mother's Day Rush Highlights Staffing Shortages At North Texas RestaurantsMany North Texas restaurants were struggling to find enough staff to meet the demand of Mother's Day.
Restaurants Turn To $28B Federal Relief Fund After PPP Ran Out Of MoneyAn estimated one out of every six restaurants have closed for good since the start of the pandemic. Even more owners say they won’t make it another year without help.
North Texas Small Businesses Logging On As $28 Billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund OpensAs Texas slowly works its way out of the COVID-19 pandemic more federal funding is now available for some restaurants.
Restaurant Revitalization FundThe fund will provide emergency assistance for eligible restaurants, bars and other qualifying businesses impacted by COVID-19.
North Texas Restaurants Having A Hard Time Staffing Up Following 'Reopening' Of StateRestaurant insiders say it's an industry-wide problem that stems back to the beginning of the pandemic.
Restaurants Reopening: Where Do They Stand, And How Do They Recover From COVID?As vaccinations continue and the economy opens up, restaurants, which have suffered during COVID, look for the way forward.
Cocktails To-Go Could Be Permanent In Texas After Lawmakers Pass HB 1024A bill to make cocktails to-go permanent has passed in the Texas House. By a vote of 144 to 1 lawmakers passed HB 1024.