The World’s Finest 50 Eating places is a list produced by UK media firm William Reed Enterprise Media , which initially appeared in the British magazine Restaurant , primarily based on a ballot of worldwide cooks , restaurateurs , gourmands and restaurant critics Along with the primary ranking, the organisation awards a series of particular prizes for people and eating places, together with the One To Watch award, the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Chefs’ Alternative Award, the latter primarily based on votes from the fifty head chefs from the restaurants on the previous 12 months’s list. How it works … Read More
Chinatown in Chicago was hit first and hard by the coronavirus. Not so much by the virus itself, but fear of the unknown. Masks had sold out and Lunar New Year events were already canceled by the time the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the city was announced on Jan. 24. Data now shows confirmed cases have remained relatively low in the Chinatown area compared with ZIP codes with the highest numbers in Chicago.
Business has still dropped dramatically. Most restaurants have tried to stay open — some never stopped serving bubble tea, bao and dumplings for takeout and
There are a lot of ways you could describe dining out, but “psychological warfare” probably isn’t the phrase that springs to mind. In truth, it’s not a bad metaphor for the barrage of techniques restaurants use to coax a few extra dollars out of you. Restaurants have a number of ways that will have you leaving with a wallet that is more empty than your stomach is full.
Last updated: Jan. 31, 2020
We never thought the most common word we’d connect with successful restaurants wouldn’t be “delicious” — it would be “pivot.”
But pivoting has been one of the keys to surviving in the food world while a statewide stay-at-home order is in place. Figuring out how to sell food when your dining room is closed has been like a musician trying to play in an empty arena.
So far, the great takeout experiment has had winners and losers among Charlotte area restaurants.
Chris Coleman, for instance, had just opened Goodyear House on Feb. 4, six weeks before North Carolina Gov. Roy