The coronavirus crisis has hit the hospitality industry hard, forcing many restaurants to close. But others, such as former 108 chef Kristian Baumann, have taken the opportunity to open new and innovative concepts in the middle of the pandemic.
Eight New York City restaurants will be swapping delicious signature dishes with eight Los Angeles restaurants for one month, beginning October 15. Find out more about this East coast West coast culinary adventure.
The Covid-19 crisis has disrupted everything, not least gastro-tourism, leading to empty tables in restaurants great and small. But now chefs are turning to local customers to get their businesses back on track post-lockdwn.
Megan and Colby Garrelts of Bluestem in Kansas City used a grant from the James Beard Foundation's Restaurant Relief Fund to pay for staff healthcare insurance when their restaurants were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In Fine Dining Lovers’ Turning The Tables, a series of talks by restaurant industry leaders, Amanda Cohen of Dirt Candy speaks about how the coronavirus crisis heighted issues in the industry and how it needs to change.
As the coronavirus lockdown continues to hit the food and restaurant industries hard, The Kitchen Farming Project is Blue Hill chef Dan Barber's latest initiative to keep the farm-to-table movement alive and kicking.
The organisation behind the prestigious restaurant list has today launched a three-pronged approach to support, inform and connect the restaurant industry around the globe in the coming months, including offering financial relief.
Always wanted to eat at Noma but never managed to snag a table? With Noma's new prepayment vouchers you can secure a table for season ahead before reservations open to the general public. Find out how.
Italian chefs and pizza makers launch a campaign to keep cooking alive in the city of Milan sharing video recipes online as their restaurants and pizzerias are forced to close during the coronavirus pandemic.