Christmas-Themed Campo Verde Adjusting To COVID-19 RestrictionsKen Molestina reports on a restaurant that lives for the holidays.
Restaurant Owner Talks Challenges With Capacity RollbackRobbie Owens reports.
Customers May Not Notice New Coronavirus-Related Capacity Restrictions In Texas BusinessesIn the Fort Worth Stockyards Friday, Dec. 4, managers told code officers their own distancing protocols already had them well under the new limit.
Pandemic Doesn't Stop Grapevine's Lighted Christmas Parade, But Does Change ItThe floats and bands taking part in the Grapevine tradition remained stationary on Main Street, so spectators could safely drive by in their own cars.
Business Occupancy Rollbacks Triggered In North Texas After 7 Straight Days Of High COVID-19 Hospitalization RatesDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said in order for the rollbacks to make a difference, everyone will need to exercise personal responsibility.
North Texas Restaurants, Bars Talk Of Impact If Openings Scaled Back Due To High Covid-19 HospitalizationsMichael Levy, General Manager of Desperados, his family's Mexican restaurants in Garland and Dallas, put it this way. "If you're going to be a bullrider, and they open that gate, and tell you to hold on for that eight seconds, that bull is knocking all over and that's what it's been like."
New PPP 'Loan Necessity' Questionnaire Raises Concern Among Small Business OwnersMonths after thousands of small businesses accepted government aid to help them get through the pandemic, some borrowers are worried the government is changing the forgiveness rules.
Big, Unexpected Tax Bill Could Be Coming For Small Business Owners Granted PPP Loans“That’s not what (the government) said back in late March when these businesses took out the loans,” said accountant Glen Birnbaum, a partner at Sikich LLP. “They are moving the goal posts.”
'This Is The Worst Thanksgiving Of My Life': Arlington Mechanic Watches Shop Crumble During Tornado“We had already been struggling because of corona (virus). We got the good days and the bad days, but this is the worst day,” Joanna Ulloa said.
Texans Can Get 'Comfort Food' To Needy Families During Holidays While Supporting Local RestaurantsGovernor Greg Abbott announced a reboot of the Comfort Food Care Program, which began in March to support restaurants forced to limit or close services because of COVID-19.
Sports Card Industry Sees Spike During PandemicCOVID-19 has been tough on many industries, but sports cards isn't one of them.
ColleyvilleTo Give Residents $35 Gift Cards To Use In Local BusinessesThe City Of Colleyville is planning to send residents a $35 gift card as a way to encourage residents to spend money in that town.
Fort Worth Restaurant Shuts Down Dining Room Voluntarily During COVID-19 SpikeFrezko Taco Spot is open, but the dining room is closed again.
Dallas Businessman Jorge Baldor Dedicated To Bringing Awareness To Cultural, Civic Contributions Of Latino CommunityBaldor admits he could’ve created his artisan marketplace for Latino culture closer to Dallas’ Arts District, but said he wanted it in the neighborhood that he called his own.
North Texas Restaurants Struggling During Pandemic Have New ChallengeThe cold, wet weather is now impacting business at area restaurants this week.
Praising the love of BBQ at Meat ChurchOne Waxahachie storefront is your one-stop-shop for all your grilling needs. From apparel to classes Meat Church has it all but the real star of the show is their incredible rubs. Owner Matt Pittman explains how he accidentally created his booming business for a tv show and gives ESP's Taryn Jones a taste tour of his seasonings.
Many Texas Bars Are Back In BusinessCaroline Vandergriff reports from Arlington.
'We're Opening The Bars' At 50% Capacity Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley SaysJudge Whitley said after talking to mayors in Tarrant County, hospital executives and bar owners, he is "comfortable we can do this and still be safe."
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BBQ Pit Brimming With Brisket, Terry Black’s Owner Optimistic About 75% Capacity RuleThe pit at Terry Black’s Barbecue in Deep Ellum is brimming with brisket, now cooked to order for 75% indoor capacity. And the diners are showing up.
Dallas' Howdy Homemade Ice Cream Back In Business Thanks To Community DonationsEarlier this month, Howdy Homemade announced it was having to close due to lack of sales, but because of donations from the community, the owner said they're back in business.
Can Large Business Districts Recover From COVID-19 Shutdowns And LimitsSteve Pickett reports from downtown Dallas.
State Fair Vendors Getting Creative To Stay In BusinessThere is no State Fair of Texas this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
25% Capacity At Cowboys Game Still A Win For Nearby BusinessesNearby restaurants and bars expect to see an uptick in business.