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13 Oct
Two weeks after the reopening of restaurants and bars in Havana and seven other provinces across the country, Cubans are surprised by the considerable increase in the prices of food and beverages.
3 Aug
Many San Francisco bars and restaurants have begun asking customers to provide proof of full vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test result before entering the premises. This comes after the city's Bar Owner Alliance decided to mark July 29th as the kick-off date for the voluntary policy, recommended after the recent spike in coronavirus cases. "We just reopened a little over a month ago and we don't want to have to close again, or reduce capacity," says one club manager.
8 Jul 2021
The coronavirus pandemic kept many diners in Nigeria, and across the world, at home. With vaccines being rolled out, new restaurants are hoping to coax diners back by giving them an unusual experience.
9 Jun 2021
Detailed and incredibly realistic replicas of meals have been on show outside Japanese restaurants for more than 100 years. An establishment's success can depend on how well its dishes look in the window.
3 Jun 2021
There is an online marketplace that makes procurement easy and more transparent for hotels and restaurants in Africa. It is called Vendease, and on this one-of-a-kind platform, anyone in the food business can order the best quality products at the best possible price. Tunde Kara, the platform’s co-founder and CEO, explains how it works.
29 May 2021
In some parts of Germany, restaurants can again open for business. Is it the beginning of normality?
14 Feb 2021
With restaurants and cafés closed due to the pandemic, an alternative is emerging among Brussels hoteliers: transforming bedrooms into private dining rooms, so guests can enjoy an evening "as if at a restaurant" but in compliance with the law.
24 Jan 2021
Melanie Igbe's restaurant hosted 50 people a day when it opened in Nigeria's megacity Lagos a year ago. Fear of coronavirus has driven most diners away, but Igbe believes inflation rather than the pandemic may kill her business.
26 Nov 2020
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7 Nov 2020
London pubs serve their last drinks for a month as England prepares to shut down for the second time this year to try and cut coronavirus cases. Restaurants, gyms and non-essential shops and services will also close for four weeks from Thursday until December 2, with hopes business can resume in time for Christmas.
21 Jul 2020
Oreoluwa Akinnawo is in his element. Lagos's bars and restaurants are shut and Nigerians are struggling to socialise. The pandemic is his perfect time to find a soul mate online.
6 Jul 2020
Bars, pubs and restaurants have reopened in England prompting the public to gorge themselves. As large crowds gathered, one police chief warned that inebriated citizens proved they can't keep their distance.

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