Kiki Aranita closed her restaurant after the city shut down. A year later, she's still making Hawaiian food and building the brand.
Owners and managers consider how they'll enforce the rule — and what it'll mean for business.
“It’s a tough season this year,” says Lisa Duncan of Temple Bar Marina. Slips are filled, but the boat launch is closed for now.
Some parks are restricting access to prevent congestion.
If chicken wings are hard to find, maybe offer thighs?
Sweetgreen and Krispy Kreme are planning to go public, but that's not necessarily a sign everyone will be back in the office.
Sonoratown’s owners have had to be nimble to protect their supply of a unique flour. They also spread out and expanded operations.
Supporters say the original Restaurant Revitalization Fund wasn’t enough.
Restaurant prices are up 4% compared to May of last year.
One restaurant says a QR code system for ordering means it can hire fewer people to wait on customers –– and it can pay those people more.