The restaurant industry is attempting to resuscitate itself after the coronavirus lockdown, it is unfortunately for some restaurant owners, already too late and they are performing a post mortem rather than recovery plan on their restaurants. .
While restaurants are coming to terms with the new normal and opening up to completely different economic landscape than when they pulled their shutters down in March, restaurant owners are looking to adapt and to be all things to all diners. Is it possible to evolve and still make ends meet?
Restaurant owners are well use to having to adapt to changing circumstances. Restaurants in New York had to adapt to the shock of 911. It took as long as two and a half years for tourism to recover. There are lessons to be learned in how we move forward on the world post lockdown.
As part of David Chang’s podcast, Too Small to Fail series, Chang and Chris Ying speak to Lincoln Carson of Bon Temps (2:44), Eric Bost of Auburn (29:54), and Marguerite Mariscal of Momofuku (55:08) about the experience of closing restaurants due to the coronavirus pandemic.
These are tough times for chefs and restaurant professionals around the world, but there has never been a better time to seek advice and help around a number of topics affecting hospitality workers. Here's a round-up of some of the most useful resources for chefs.
Can chocolate go off or go bad? And what do the white bits on old chocolate mean? Here's all you need to know about chocolate expiry dates and whether it's safe to eat chocolate past it's printed date.
The photo of Camilla Moccia, bent over in despair over the closure of her trattoria, has gone viral in Italy as a symbol of the suffering faced by those across the hospitality industry. Here she speaks to Fine Dining Lovers about the photo and her plight.
With a $1.9 trillion stimulus package winning final approval in Congress, what are the implications for the restaurant industry going forward? Will the Biden-Harris administration help the sector to rebound in the wake of the pandemic, or will restaurants continue to struggle? Andrew Friedman investigates.
It's been the worst of times for the restaurant industry all over Europe and beyond. But in Scandinavia, the cities of Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen have faced their own challenges. Discover how they are dealing with the Pandemic.