While we are stuck inside, there still should still be no reason as to why we can’t celebrate National Hamburger Day.
Ryan Choura, who would have been using his equipment to set up for Coachella, is instead building parklets for local restaurants.
Long Beach has not made a formal determination as to whether or not it will follow the state liquor board’s newest regulatory relief notice, which permits bars to reopen if they partner with a business that makes food
“We have to create opportunities for them to expand.”
Wild Chive, the brainchild of Brooklyn-based vegan chef Soozee Nguyen that has been a vagabond staple across the city, will finally have its forever-home. Nguyen has a signed a lease for the building at 2650 E. Broadway.
With limited capacity, restaurants will need to find ways to expand seating while respecting social distancing.
Robert Garcia, who recently announced plans to expand dining space for restaurants, hosted a group of 15 to hear what they need as talks about reopening begin.