Dunwoody Launches 'Let's Do Lunch' CampaignDunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch launched a Let’s Do Lunch Campaign to encourage the public to support local restaurants during lunchtime.
Georgia Moves Up The Ranks Of States With Fewest Coronavirus RestrictionsAccording to a Wallethub study done on the 50 states and the District of Columbia as of June 22, 2020, Georgia ranks 18th when it comes to having the fewest coronavirus restrictions.
Tucker Mayor Issues Executive Order To Boost Business Amid Coronavirus SlumpExecutive order to boost business amid coronavirus slump.
New Web App Highlights Tucker RestaurantsNew web app highlights Tucker restaurants during Covid-19.
COVID-19: Several Atlanta Restaurants To Remain Closed For Dine-In, Despite Gov. Kemp's Green Light To Re-OpenAlthough Governor Brian Kemp announced restaurants can resume dine-in service effective April 27, countless of them are opting not to do so, amid concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
How Can Restaurants Recover From Coronavirus?Jason Bowell, assistant general manager of New York's venerable Beatrice Inn and restaurant industry veteran, sees staff retention as key to a strong comeback.
Atlanta-Area Restaurant Delivers 500 Meals To Healthcare Workers During Coronavirus CrisisAtlanta-area restaurant delivered 500 meals to local healthcare workers during the coronavirus crisis with funds raised by real estate and construction companies.
COVID-19 Impacts: Brookhaven Restaurants, Bars Weigh In On Efforts To Weather the Coronavirus StormBrookhaven restaurant and bar owners discuss the struggle of keeping their businesses afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
Atlanta Mayor Issues Order: Restaurants Can Now Serve Alcohol-To-Go Amid Coronavirus FalloutMayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says restaurants and bars may now add alcoholic beverages to take-out orders, in response to COVID-19.
Atlanta Mayor Issues Exec. Order Limiting Restaurants To Take-Out, Closing Bars And GymsAtlanta restaurants can no longer offer dine-in services, and bars and gyms must close in response to COVID-19, according to Mayor Lance Bottom's executive order.
Restaurant Says Server Faked ‘We Don’t Tip Terrorist’ Comment On ReceiptOn Monday, the server Khalil Cavil admitted to the Odessa American that he wrote the note himself.