A candidate for Congress and a former state representative were among the guests at the restaurant seen ignoring COVID-19 safety protocols.
BeckyJack's Food Shack's owner says that the sign wasn't meant to offend but rather to let people make informed decisions about whether they'd like to dine there.
As seen in a recent TikTok that's gone viral, a job application to work for The Cheesecake Factory asks applicants for their thoughts on the future of humankind.
Contact your local venue to confirm any restrictions that may be in place amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic before visiting.
This year, celebrate Valentine's Day with a romantic, restaurant-quality dinner from the comfort of your own home.
Chuck E. Cheese is offering BOGO deal exclusive to National Pizza Day, while Little Caesars' pizza promo will last all month.
Football fans craving everything from pizza to cookies are sure to find a deal to help them celebrate the big game.
Right now, people in the state 65 and older, first responders, public safety officers, teachers, transit workers and public-facing grocery store workers can get vaccinated.
Outdoor dining will have to wait until Friday, but personal care services and retailers can resume some indoor operations effective immediately.
Some venues across the country may be offering modified services amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Contact your local branch to confirm any COVID-19 safety restrictions in place before traveling to any venue.
Some fast food venues may also be operating on a modified schedule amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Farm Boy Drive-In restaurant in Olympia, Washington, is now being held in contempt of court after it was issued a restraining order earlier this month for failing to comply with coronavirus safety guidelines.
The GOP senator from Kentucky warned young conservatives their high school graduation ceremonies and 10-year wedding anniversaries may be banned by the government if "we're not careful" to protect our individual freedoms today.
By early 2020 I had saved around $9,000 towards starting a restaurant. On October 17 I opened Mason's Super Dogs.
"How can the stores across the street still be open and the big box store ten miles away have wall-to-wall people but we can't serve any customers? It doesn't make sense," the owner of Café Rosetta wrote in the "Detroit Free Press" on Thursday.
The self-described "Stool Presidente" announced the fund in a video tweeted out Thursday.
"These blanket lockdowns are not grounded in science," Ivanka Trump responded to video of the California restaurant standoff.
Adults with positive COVID-19 test results were twice as likely to have reported dining at a restaurant than were those with negative results, according to the CDC.
Statewide contact-tracing data shows that bars and restaurants account for only 1.4 percent of new coronavirus cases in New York, while private household gatherings account for the majority of the spread.
"The f**king Melrose Fairfax farmer's market is popping, and I have no problem with all these people making their money and making a living. But how the f**k is this OK but right across the street all the cafes, all the restaurants are shut down?" Michael Rapaport said in a TikTok on Monday.
A Los Angeles County judge limited the county's ban on outdoor dining to three weeks, but the state's order prohibiting in-person dining will stay in place 11 days longer.
"Everything that I own is being taken away from me and they set up a movie company right next to my outdoor patio," Angela Marsden, owner of Los Angeles restaurant Pineapple Hill Saloon and Grill, said in a viral Instagram video on Friday.
"And people wonder why I'm protesting and why I have had enough," Angela Marsden, a restaurant owner in Los Angeles, said tearfully.
Some retail and personal care venues as well as recreational facilities remain open with restrictions in place.
Mother-of-two Emily Bauer hoped to "splurge" on Christmas for her two young boys, but says her employee told her it is not able to process payments of more than $500.
Michigan paused indoor dining starting November 15, limiting restaurants to only outdoor dining and carry-out, in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
A man, possibly the restaurant owner of Dallas' True Kitchen + Kocktails, was captured on video yelling and cursing at customers after women started dancing and twerking to the DJ-provided music blasting at the establishment.