Most restaurants and bars in the city’s “Downtown Entertainment Zone” can stay open until midnight as of this week.
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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.
Natural Sweet opened Feb. 1 inside San Jose's SoFA Market, joining a growing list of downtown restaurants that have opened in the pandemic.
Business owners have until March 16 to file claims. However, there is no guarantee that they will be fulfilled by insurance agencies.
The South Bay’s food halls have seen better days—but there may be some hope on the horizon.
Though salons can reopen now, stylists and manicurists worry how to regain public trust in the aftermath of so much negative PR.
Communally managed parklets would allow businesses to operate during the pandemic and keep public land in the hands of the public.
Despite the overwhelming odds Cinebar faces, the owners hope the longstanding drinking establishment will pour brews again.
Good Spot is one part of a major transformation in downtown, including a wave of new business moving into the SoFA District while others shutter.
The flames engulfed a vacant building on San Fernando Street.
A claim lodged this week in federal court describes how all but one of SiliconSage’s projects in the past few years failed to turn a profit.
Three restaurants have declined to renew their leases in the SoFA Market food hall, and other downtown restaurants have called it quits.