Every week we’re rounding up some of our favorite articles with trends and tidbits from the world of restaurants. Tell us: what made your reading list this week?
The Eater Guide on How to Help – Eater
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the lives of Americans, as benefits run out for millions, and as food and drink businesses struggle to keep their doors open, the industry needs support. In their new guide, Eater staff members share a range of programs, organizations, and charities fighting hunger and building food networks to support the unemployed. Learn how you can help.
Restaurants Fuel Uber’s Rocketship – Expedite
“Uber’s delivery business is, right now, a bigger company that Uber’s rides business,” Kristen Hawley writes in this week’s Expedite newsletter. Even with the significant competition among food delivery businesses, Uber Eats is soaring (although the company still isn’t profitable). Read on for the numbers.
Cote, A Michelin-Starred Restaurant In New York City Strives To Survive The Pandemic – Forbes
Like the rest of the industry, Simon Kim, owner of the fine-dining Korean steakhouse Cote, was hit hard by mandated closures in March. He cut his menu, reduced costs, and introduced meal kits – and by keeping prices down, managed to appeal to wider audience. Here’s how.