Some ordering takeout for Thanksgiving to ease holiday stress

Ordering your Thanksgiving meal from a restaurant may not be traditional, but getting takeout this year could do more than ease your stress. It could be another lifeline for the struggling restaurant industry.
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Tent rentals go up even as restaurants face uncertain future

The new restrictions on indoor gatherings are putting the spotlight back on outdoor dining. Tent rentals are up even as restaurants face an uncertain future.
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Is it safe to eat at outdoor restaurants with tents and barriers?

Some health experts are questioning if outdoor restaurants with barriers are preventing proper air flow and ventilation and potentially putting people at risk. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Chick-fil-A has most popular but slowest drive-thru service, study finds

Chick-fil-A was ranked the slowest drive-thru with an average wait time of eight minutes. KFC took the number one spot in speed with an average wait time of just 4.7 minutes according to the study.
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Ruby Tuesday files for bankruptcy amid COVID-19 pandemic

Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday? The restaurant chain has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and will permanently close 185 locations.
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100,000 Restaurants Have Closed Since the Start of Pandemic in March: Survey

According to a survey by the National Restaurant Association, close to 100,000 eateries have shuttered either permanently or for a long-term basis.
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Poll: Savage or Sensible - Having someone treat you to dinner and ordering the most expensive thing on the menu

73% (19 votes)
27% (7 votes)
Total votes: 26
Over the weekend Corey went to dinner with one of his wife's co-workers and her husband. It was their wedding gift to them. While looking at the menu Corey wanted to order the filet, but didn't want to order the most expensive thing so he ordered the smaller size. His wife's co-worker spoke up and...
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Adults With COVID-19 'Twice as Likely' to Have Dined at a Restaurant as Those Without: CDC Study

Adults who test positive for COVID-19 are “twice as likely” as adults without COVID-19 to have eaten at a restaurant in the two weeks prior to falling sick, a new CDC study found.
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43% Don't Feel Safe Dining In at Restaurants Due to COVID Risk: Study

In a new study, Bid-On-Equipment found that 43% of Americans feel unsafe dining inside of a restaurant while COVID-19 remains a concern, while 65% are spending more money than ever on takeout meals.
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The 5 Restaurant Chains Facing the Most Financial Trouble Amid COVID-19

The restaurant industry has been seriously affected by the coronavirus pandemic and now a new report is disclosing which national chains are in the most danger of defaulting on their loans.
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