South Bay restaurateurs are trying to figure out how to survive with limited indoor dining and winter on the way.
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Most restaurants and bars in the city’s “Downtown Entertainment Zone” can stay open until midnight as of this week.
Courier apps such as GrubHub and DoorDash can charge Mission City restaurants no more than 15 percent under a new temporary ordinance.
Some restaurants plan to remain open despite confusing enforcement action.
No more cash. No more happy hours. Or large-group meals. No more break rooms, or conference rooms. No more handshakes. Or hugs.
A new policy is expected to require Santa Clara County restaurants to post grades from their latest health inspection report on the front window of the establishment. No more hiding that cockroach problem.
By Stett Holbrook
Walking down South First Street in San Jose recently, I was thoroughly unsurprised to see that Asqew Grill called it quits last month. The 200 S. First St. location is something of a doomed corner. Zyng Noodles also occupied that space and failed as well. I don’t know the details of why Asqew left, but I wonder if part of the reason was that the chain restaurant simply didn’t resonate with downtown diners.
Restaurants across California have taken to using to-go alcohol as a way to bolster sales.
The county order, which goes into effect at 12:01 am Tuesday, Aug. 3, “is made in light of the recent significant increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Santa Clara County due primarily to the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.”
San Jose’s commitment to activating the city’s public spaces gets tested at civic plaza.
When state officials announced they were offering residents access to a digital record of their coronavirus vaccinations, they stressed that it is not a "vaccine passport," but might come in handy for sporting events, concerts and international travel.
With Michelin-starred dining and classic amenities, a center that grew out of the valley’s orchards in the 1960s has been reinvented.
Gov. Gavin Newsom promised business as usual on Tuesday, but there could be exceptions to everyday life returning to normal. Here are questions and answers to clear up some of the confusion.
The water shortage emergency hopes to reduce water use countywide by 15% of 2019 levels.
The governor's announcement includes the use of sidewalks and converted parking spaces for outdoor dining and the sale of alcohol to-go. Bars will also be allowed to continue partnering with food trucks, restaurants and catering companies to sell food with alcohol even if they don't have an on-site kitchen.
The man identified by California law enforcement officials as the gunman in a mass shooting at a San Jose rail yard on Wednesday lived alone and had a hostile personality, according to interviews with a neighbor and an ex-girlfriend, as well as a review of court records. The gunman, Samuel James Cassidy, 57, lived southeast of downtown San Jose, in a suburban neighborhood of cul-de-sacs and palm trees, public records show. Doug Suh, a real estate agent who lived across the street, described Cassidy, who authorities say appeared to have killed himself, as someone with a short temper.