The electric heaters run up a tab of $10,000 a month.
On a per-store basis, at least.
If restaurants start to hire in accordance with immigration and labor laws, prices are going to go up for everyone.
There are lots of cupcake shops, therefore lots of people employed in cupcake shops, therefore the solution to the economic crisis is ... cupcakes?
The MTA promised to keep the room below 75 degrees, so Charlie Palmer gets a rent refund.
'Inc.' calls out some of the boroughs most successful food start-ups.
Pricey dinners benefit Citymeals-on-Wheels and the 'Oxford American.'
Lunch service had gone the way of the expense account.
India Ennis says there are too many restaurants in South Brooklyn.
Patrón introduces a $40 bottle of colorless, odorless, tasteless spirits.
The London 'Times' gets a whiff of Salman Rushdie's restaurateur troubles.
Plus: Whole Foods' bad Valentine's Day idea and more bad news about high-fructose corn syrup, all in our morning news roundup.
Business is slow, and owner Ray Alvarez is in debt.
Restaurant owners who opened amid dismal financial times have even more to worry about.
Just because there's a recession doesn't mean we all have to stop eating at Per Se.