Restaurants

Alberta Health Services locked the Whistle Stop Cafe in Mirror on Wednesday morning after owner Christopher Scott refused to comply with health orders. (Photo by Advocate staff)

AHS granted injunction against café and event organizers

AHS receives court order against all other organizers of illegal COVID-19 gatherings and rallies

 

FILE - In this Nov. 17, 2016, file photo, Chris Kempczinski, then-incoming president of McDonald’s USA, speaks during a presentation at a McDonald’s restaurant in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood. On Wednesday, April 14, 2021, McDonald’s said the company will mandate worker training to combat harassment, discrimination and violence in its restaurants worldwide starting in 2022. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

McDonald’s to mandate anti-harassment training worldwide

New standards starting in January 2022

  • Apr 14, 2021

 

Alberta’s restaurants and bars took a big hit in sales this year. (Black Press file photo).

Alberta’s restaurant and bar sales took a ‘punishing’ hit: ATB

The largest decline was recorded in April 2020

 

Patrick Malkin, co-owner of The Granary Kitchen in Red Deer, opened his doors to in-person customer dining on Monday. (Advocate file photo).

Red Deer restaurants happy to welcome back in-person diners

Valentine’s weekend is booking up for many eateries

Patrick Malkin, co-owner of The Granary Kitchen in Red Deer, opened his doors to in-person customer dining on Monday. (Advocate file photo).
A food delivery service SkipTheDishes, picks up a delivery at in Winnipeg on Wednesday, March 13, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods

SkipTheDishes introduces B.C. fee after province caps food delivery commissions

First time food delivery service implements service fee

A food delivery service SkipTheDishes, picks up a delivery at in Winnipeg on Wednesday, March 13, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods
Karen Ward, co-owner of "The Grover" pub in Toronto's east end, is pictured on Monday, December 8, 2020. While Ward and her family cook takeout meals at the Grover pub, she often hears a knock on the windows or door of the east-end Toronto bar. There she finds regulars wanting to say hello or tell her how much they've missed the place since it temporarily closed for indoor dining in November, when COVID-19 protocols came into effect. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

Restaurants try to make the best of their toughest holiday season yet

Restaurants try to make the best of their toughest holiday season yet

Karen Ward, co-owner of "The Grover" pub in Toronto's east end, is pictured on Monday, December 8, 2020. While Ward and her family cook takeout meals at the Grover pub, she often hears a knock on the windows or door of the east-end Toronto bar. There she finds regulars wanting to say hello or tell her how much they've missed the place since it temporarily closed for indoor dining in November, when COVID-19 protocols came into effect. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young
People look at the menu outside a restaurant in Saint-Sauveur, Que., Saturday, December 12, 2020. Restaurants Canada is calling on customers to support their local food and drink establishments this holiday season by buying gift cards, ordering takeout or delivery, and dining in where possible. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

Canadians asked to ‘picture life without restaurants’ as industry hits grim milestone

Canadians asked to ‘picture life without restaurants’ as industry hits grim milestone

People look at the menu outside a restaurant in Saint-Sauveur, Que., Saturday, December 12, 2020. Restaurants Canada is calling on customers to support their local food and drink establishments this holiday season by buying gift cards, ordering takeout or delivery, and dining in where possible. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes
A waitress cleans up after diners in a weather proof outdoor dining dome pod at Against the Grain Urban Tavern during the COVID-19 pandemic in Toronto, Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

‘Less is more:’ Restaurants pandemic-proofing menus to survive the second wave

‘Less is more:’ Restaurants pandemic-proofing menus to survive the second wave

A waitress cleans up after diners in a weather proof outdoor dining dome pod at Against the Grain Urban Tavern during the COVID-19 pandemic in Toronto, Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette
As restaurants brace for cold weather, second wave, industry seeks meal subsidy

As restaurants brace for cold weather, second wave, industry seeks meal subsidy

As restaurants brace for cold weather, second wave, industry seeks meal subsidy

As restaurants brace for cold weather, second wave, industry seeks meal subsidy
5 top reasons to indulge yourself at International Buffet and Lounge

5 top reasons to indulge yourself at International Buffet and Lounge

Looking for variety in your menu choices? Foodies can rejoice in the…

  • Aug 24, 2020
5 top reasons to indulge yourself at International Buffet and Lounge
A coalition of business groups wants action from government to save the food service industry, in a July 20, 2020 story. (Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Groups call for urgent action to help restaurant industry amid COVID-19

A coalition of business groups is calling for “urgent action” from all…

A coalition of business groups wants action from government to save the food service industry, in a July 20, 2020 story. (Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Taste the World at this brand new Red Deer restaurant!

Taste the World at this brand new Red Deer restaurant!

International Buffet offers something for every palate

  • Jun 22, 2020
Taste the World at this brand new Red Deer restaurant!