Senate Rejects Extending Some Pandemic-Era Help For Massachusetts Restaurants, Including Takeout CocktailsThe Massachusetts State Senate turned down two proposals that would help restaurants in their recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report.
Restaurants Hope Offering Extra Perks Will Attract New EmployeesDespite business picking up, one Cambridge restaurant will close in mid-June so employees can take a week of paid vacation.
Lawmakers To Consider If Some COVID Emergency Orders Should RemainThe emergency orders opened up new opportunities for medicine, restaurants and civic engagement.
Massachusetts Restaurants Eligible For Federal Relief FundsMassachusetts restaurants that have struggled to stay open during the coronavirus pandemic are being offered a lifeline of up to $10 million through a federal relief program.
Restaurants Reopening: Where Do They Stand, And How Do They Recover From COVID?As vaccinations continue and the economy opens up, restaurants, which have suffered during COVID, look for the way forward.
Esquire Magazine Names 5 Massachusetts Restaurants That America 'Can't Afford To Lose' During PandemicEveryone has a favorite restaurant that they'd hate to see shut down for good because of the pandemic.
New Rules For Massachusetts Restaurants Starting Sunday Reduce Table Size, Impose Time LimitHere's how restaurants will be affected by the reopening rollback in Massachusetts.
As More Restaurants Close, State Officials Give Final Round of Grants for Outdoor DiningAs Boston learns more restaurants are falling victim to the pandemic, state officials are doling out the final round of grant money to help set up outdoor dining areas.
Massachusetts Restaurants Allowed To Expand Seating To 10 People Per TableBeginning Monday, eateries will be able to expand seating from six to 10 people per table under Governor Charlie Baker’s latest guidelines. 
Restaurant Owners Show Support For Distressed Restaurant Fund: 'We Need Dollars'Many restaurant owners are aware the colder weather presents more challenges.
About 20% Of All Massachusetts Restaurants Have Closed For Good Due To Pandemic, Association SaysWinter could bring even more closures, the Massachusetts Restaurant Association said.