Restaurants With Patios And Other Colleyville Businesses Draw Long Lines Of Social Distancing CustomersWhile most of North Texas remains on lockdown because of the COVID-19 crisis, some restaurants and businesses in Colleyville partially reopened over the weekend.
Coronavirus In Texas: Outdoor Restaurant Seating Re-Opens In ColleyvilleRestaurants in Colleyville re-opened outdoor seating areas to customers Friday morning, becoming one of the first cities in North Texas to break from delivery and to-go only restrictions.
How Can Restaurants Recover From Coronavirus?Jason Bowell, assistant general manager of New York's venerable Beatrice Inn and restaurant industry veteran, sees staff retention as key to a strong comeback.
Coronavirus In Texas: Small Businesses Getting Creative To SurviveTypically The Social House in Arlington would be packed with patrons, but for now it’s filled with fresh meat, produce and household necessities that are for sale.
Waffle House Sale Swarmed By Online Shoppers - Waffle Mix Completely Gone In 4 HoursBreakfast lovers may have to go back to making pancakes, as waffle mix is getting hard to come by. At least if one wants the Waffle House brand.
Coronavirus In Texas: Governor Abbott Says Mitigation Is Working, 30 Texas Patients Testing Hydroxychloroquine TreatmentMitigation efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus in Texas are working, according to Coronavirus Response Coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Dr. Debbie Birx.
Judge Clay Jenkins Wants Status Update From Abbott On Stimulus SNAP/WIC Benefits: 'People Are Hungry'Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins thanked Governor Greg Abbott in a tweet, then asked him a question.
Roanoke, Known For Its Unique Dining, Sees Impact On Restaurants Amid Stay Home OrdersWith a small residential population, the city's businesses depend on destination diners, which have disappeared under orders to stay at home.
Keller's Chamber Of Commerce Offering To Pay Half Your Meal From Local Restaurants In AprilWhen placing an order online, just use the code word, "COMMUNITY" and the restaurant will take $10 off $20 and $5 off $10.
Clear Shields Going Up At Cash Registers For All Businesses On Military Bases The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is installing clear acrylic shields at cash registers in all of its stores to protect customers and associates during the coronavirus pandemic.
New Initiative Employs Temp Workers While Providing Relief To Organizations Affected By COVID-19By next week, Get Shift Done will have paid out more than $400,000 to workers, while providing much-needed relief to organizations that have lost staff and volunteers due to stay home orders.
DoorDash Helping Families In Need & COVID-19 Victims, Donates $150K To Mavs FoundationHome delivery service DoorDash has partnered with the Dallas Mavericks to support local restaurants and businesses still open during the coronavirus pandemic.
Governor Abbott Wants To Extend SNAP Recipient Benefits To TakeOut And Drive-Thru RestaurantsTexas Governor Greg Abbott is asking the Department of Agriculture to allow SNAP recipients in the state to use their benefits for restaurant takeout and drive-thru service during the coronavirus pandemic.
North Texas Restaurants Finding Ways To Stay In Business During PandemicSome painted, “We’re Open” on the windows. Others posted signs advertising discounts and alcohol delivery.
Fort Worth Police Support Struggling Restaurants During Coronavirus OutbreakThe Fort Worth Police Officers Association will support local businesses by purchasing hundreds of bulk meals daily for police officers throughout the city.