Catering

Relaxed mask wearing rules for vaccinated catering staff

Catering staff who received the two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine will no longer need to wear masks, the Gibraltar government has announced. Staff who are not fully vaccinated should continue to wear a mask while working in a restaurant, cafeteria, bar or other catering establishments. “Due to the successful …

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Willoughby City parks receive renovations for all ages

Willoughby city Residents tell us that open spaces are one of the things they value most about life in Willoughby City. Some of the community’s most beloved parks have undergone exciting upgrades and renovations for all ages. This fenced-in playground next to the Denawen Road stores has been reinvigorated with …

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Charlotte chefs set up restaurant business

State employment data shows that recreation and hospitality services employed 513,800 people in the state as of April 2019. As of April 2020, that number had fallen to 262,300. CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – Two chefs in Charlotte chose to bet on their own with their own restaurant business when the …

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Restaurant giant targets Net-Zero

Every time Treehugger posts about companies’ meat reduction strategies, questions arise in the comments as to whether it really has to be ‘all or nothing’. After all, while Epicurious may be ready to ditch the beef from its recipes, plenty of other people would argue that supporting more sustainable production …

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Ralph Smith Adds Rental Business to Mine Oyster Restaurant

Ralph Smith has concocted another business venture to join his restaurants Mine Oyster and Boat House Bistro. Smith bought Hawke Rentals from Leila Hawke, who sold the business before moving to Florida. Before COVID-19 times, Smith hosted nearly 50 events a year and used Hawke Rentals to provide tables, chairs …

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