Commentary: People who have a regular third place expand their circle of friends, laugh more often, are more engaged in their community, are happier and live longer.
The owner of a California bar was arrested on suspicion of selling made-to-order fake COVID-19 vaccination cards to several undercover state agents.
Restaurants in Virginia can open their bars to customers for the first time in more than a year, in a sudden change that came late Wednesday afternoon.
Bars are really problematic. I have to tell you, if you look at some of the outbreaks that we’ve seen, it’s when people go into bars, crowded bars. You know, I used to go to a bar. I used to like to sit at a bar and grab a hamburger and a beer. But when you’re at a bar, people are leaning over your shoulder to get a drink, people next to each other like this. It’s kind of fun because it’s social, but it’s not fun when this virus is in the air. So I would think that if there’s anything you want to clamp down on, for the time being, it’s bars.
Beginning Friday, bars and restaurants in New York must close by 10 p.m. Restaurants are limited to curbside, food-only pickup after 10 p.m.
You can turn that spare room into something more than just a game room or TV-watching space with an extensive themed remodel. The options here are as broad as your imagination itself: a 1950s-inspired diner with jukebox, wood-paneled English pub with leather stools pushed up to a custom bar or a tribute to the movies or sports teams that drive your passions.
If you haven’t yet ventured to one of the clubs that reopened in phase four, when you do, you’ll be walking into a decidedly changed landscape.
A customer in an Ohio sports bar reportedly left a $2,500 tip on Sunday not long after the state’s coronavirus-related mandatory closure of all bars and restaurants was announced.
Warrenton PD seeking information in incident; victim treated at hospital, later released.
Chocolate lovers now have a cornucopia of choices that celebrate flavor and offer more opportunities than ever before to support the people behind the bars.
Preliminary plans are underway to turn a former bank branch on Hull Street in the Manchester neighborhood of South Richmond into a boutique hotel.
The bar has been using the letter for a couple of years, but it gained attention on social media this spring and went viral.