The employees became the first in the nation to form a union at one of the fast food chain's restaurants.
Here's Looking at You is up and running again — but the restaurant industry has changed a lot since the Before Times.
"A lot of people romanticize restaurant work" and don't realize how stressful it can be, says Genevieve Yam, assistant editor at Epicurious.
A lot of food trucks found new opportunities in the suburbs during the pandemic, says Matt Geller of the National Food Truck Association.
Business owners are battling with limited space, unpredictable weather and unwanted pests.
With coronavirus keeping people at home, restaurants are shutting their doors and shifting their business models to adapt to the crisis.
As gift giving has shifted toward experiences and not physical items, restaurant gift cards are getting more popular. And restaurants are catching on.
Many employers are already prepared for the rule change.
But there are budding efforts to give hourly workers in those fields more dependable hours.
Maurice Harris wanted to open a coffee shop when he saw his neighborhood changing. The process wasn't easy.