DineSafe: Health inspectors in Toronto find major violations in three restaurants on Jan. 10

Toronto Public Health issued three conditional passes to restaurants, cafes, bakeries, bars and grocery stores on Jan. 10. Bampot House Of Tea And Board Games at 201 Harbord Street was given a suspended pass with two major violations: Cannot protect against harboring pests Disinfect utensils in a chlorine solution with less than 100 ppm available … Read more

Starbucks tells company employees to return to the office three days a week

Howard Schultz David Rider | Reuters Starbucks company employees will return to the office at least three days a week by the end of the month. Beginning Jan. 30, employees who are within commuting distance must report to the coffee giant’s Seattle headquarters on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and a third day determined by their teams. The … Read more

North Texas restaurants add 3% surcharge to bills – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A few Greenville Avenue restaurants in Dallas started 2023 with a new surcharge on customers’ bills. The owner of Rye and Apothecary in Lowest Greenville says the change is partly due to rising costs of food and health care. Tanner Agar hopes the community is willing to contribute to ensure that its employees are happy … Read more

McDonald’s plans reorganization, job cuts as it accelerates restaurant opening

Noam Galai | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images McDonald’s plans job cuts and a reorganization as the company refocuses its priorities to accelerate restaurant expansion, CEO Chris Kempczinski told employees Friday. The fast-food giant said the job cuts are not a cost-cutting measure, but are intended to help the company innovate faster and operate … Read more

DineSafe: Health inspectors in Toronto find major violations in one restaurant on Dec. 30

Toronto Public Health issued one conditional pass to restaurants, cafes, bakeries, bars and grocery stores on December 30. Bobette and Belle Inc. at 1121 Queen Street East received a suspended pass with two major violations: Cannot protect against harboring pests No thermometer provided in refrigeration equipment A conditional pass is issued when at least one … Read more

Kura Sushi, a Japanese restaurant that sends food orders via a conveyor belt, opens Rittenhouse Square location

Looking for a unique dining experience? Try Kura Sushi. The Japanese restaurant chain, which delivers food to guests via conveyor belts, opened a location in Philadelphia near Rittenhouse Square last week. The two level restaurant, at 1721 Chestnut St., is located in the building that used to house the American Eagle and Aerie Store. LAKE: … Read more

Dining hall slated for space in the former Philadelphia Bulletin Building in University City

A new dining hall at Schuylkill Yards will open next fall in the University City building that was once home to the Philadelphia Bulletin newspaper and is now being renovated into office and lab space. Urbanspace, a New York-based company, will move 16 vendors to the four-story building at 3025 Market St. Drexel Square across … Read more

I want my old Weight Watchers back | Food & Drink News | St Louis

click to enlarge The plan was simple. You received 23 points every day that you could spend as you wished. No food was off limits. All you had to do was write everything down in a diary and stay within your allotted points. You have received a slide rule to calculate the value of each … Read more

Not drinking for Dry January? These Philly bars and restaurants serve non-alcoholic mocktails all month long

The start of the new year is also the start of Dry January – the practice of going alcohol-free for a month as a way to recover from the overindulgence of the holiday season and start the new year with a fresh, sober perspective. to welcome. Dry January originated in England, where a public health … Read more