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09/30/20

Seagram's liquor fortune heiress Clare Bronfman is facing sentencing in a federal conspiracy case on Wednesday. Bronfman was a benefactor of Keith Raniere, the disgraced leader of a self-improvement group in upstate New York who was convicted of turning women into sex slaves branded with his initials.

09/30/20

Amid hardships faced by restaurants during the pandemic, Wine Spectator honored 3,800 restaurants on this year's list.

09/30/20

Restaurants open at 25% capacity, but many people are reluctant to return and some owners say the opening may not be enough to secure a future

09/28/20

"At 66, with his neighborhood, and the world, changed literally overnight, James was terrified of coming out, of shaking off the fiction of perpetual bachelorhood," John Birdsall writes in his new biography "The Man Who Ate Too Much: The Life of James Beard" (W.W. Norton & Company), out Oct. 6. "Queer men and women of James' generation in the village had everything to lose and weren't convinced they had anything to gain."

09/28/20

Out of 200 State Liquor Authority-imposed suspensions since March, the Joyce's matter marked just the second time the Authority has reversed course, SLA counsel Gary Meyerhoff noted during a special board meeting Wednesday, live-streamed on YouTube.

09/28/20

The admission and raffle donations went to the all-volunteer organization Rainbow of Hope Animal Rescue. The group fosters and helps owners with pet medical bills according to the Adoption Coordinator Director of Fundraising, Lynnette Gurgel.

09/28/20

Restaurant owners from across the five boroughs described it as a make-or-break moment heading into the winter. The outdoor dining program which has kept many businesses afloat will be less viable in the colder weather and and there are fears of another surge in Covid-19 cases as the city eases restrictions.

09/25/20

These Wine Spectator Restaurant Award winners offer superior wine lists in charming outdoor settings

09/23/20

The inaugural award provides a year-long program of wine education, work, and mentorship, designed to open doors to professionals of color who remain underrepresented throughout the industry

09/23/20

The former Crown Shy wine director reflects on his new perspective on restaurants-and recent career pivot

09/23/20

Vintners will gladly take a few days of multiple-inch downpours interspersed with weeks of sunny dryness over persistent minor showers and cloudy skies, especially during growing season.

09/22/20

SJP told us how she blended her signature Sauvignon Blanc via a virtual session with her winemaking partners in New Zealand; a video of the process earned an Honorable Mention in our 2020 Video Contest

09/22/20

Claudia Jordan turned Just Peachy wine into a booming brand, then got left high and dry because she supports the Black Lives Matter movement ... or so she claims in a new suit filed against Biagio Cru and Estate Wines.

09/22/20

Big Apple restaurateurs fought tooth and nail for indoor dining, and now that they've got their wish - sort of - they're not so sure it's going to help them survive.

09/22/20

Eighty-seven percent of bars, restaurants, nightclubs and event spaces in the five boroughs could not pay their full August rent, according to data from 457 businesses surveyed between Aug. 25 and Sept. 11, in a new study released Monday by the nonprofit NYC Hospitality Alliance.

09/21/20

When the month of September rolls around, there's more than just the apples that need picking. Wineries all around the North Fork take the first steps of turning that year's grapes into wine. We got a behind the scenes look at the hard work that goes into the grape harvest at Macari Vineyards in Mattituck.

09/21/20

Something smells rotten on Staten Island - and it's not the old dump.

09/21/20

"New York was actually the only city that we knew of that actually had a ban, a 45-year-old law made when the Department of Consumer Affairs essentially reorganized, and it prevented restaurants, the only industry in New York City, from applying a surcharge," he explained.

09/21/20

The popular winery features more than 20 varieties of wine, hard ciders, cheese plates and bruschetta.

09/21/20

Multi-Agency Task Force Conducted Over 4,500 Compliance Checks This Week, Observing 14 Additional Violations in New York City and on Long Island

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