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Sixteen months after the onset of the pandemic, the five boroughs are experiencing a "restaurant renaissance," but opening numbers are still down from 2019
Chefs Russell Jackson and Ian Boden struggled to reconcile their visions of fine dining with their communities’ desires. Now, as they forge a sustainable path beyond the pandemic, one of them is ready to double down, and the other is ready to walk away.
San Francisco’s forever-ceiling on what delivery apps charge restaurants is the first in the country. It might not be the last — but it also might not work.
From practices born out of necessity to lessons that have pushed the industry into a new age of accountability, COVID-19 has changed the way NYC dines forever
One year in, Eater New York revisits the classics, neighborhood spots, and trendy favorites that have permanently closed