Restaurants tack on extra to takeout orders

Restaurants tack on extra to takeout orders

Beach Cafe in Manhattan advertises free toilet paper and gloves with every order. Melissa Repko | CNBC Buy a meal, get a free roll of toilet paper.  Restaurants are turning to bundling in-demand consumer products with food and drinks to reach out to their communities...
NYC restaurants face mass layoffs

NYC restaurants face mass layoffs

The Uptown Garrison in Manhattan’s Washington Heights neighborhood is still offering takeout and delivery as much of the city shuts down due to coronavirus. Spencer Kimball | CNBC Restaurant and bars in the nation’s largest city, world-renowned for its...
Fine-dining restaurants scramble to start delivery to stay afloat

Fine-dining restaurants scramble to start delivery to stay afloat

Food delivery workers on bicycles travel along a street in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Debetrius Freeman | Bloomberg | Getty Images Darden Restaurants said it’s planning to offer delivery service to keep workers employed, but Olive Garden’s...
McDonald’s fast-food restaurants invest in faster drive-thru service

McDonald’s fast-food restaurants invest in faster drive-thru service

As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold in the United States, restaurant chains are rolling out new measures to ensure customer safety. Chick-fil-A, Taco Bell and  Starbucks are among the restaurants encouraging customers to grab their food and go. All three are making...