February jobs report driven by surge of hiring at restaurants, bars
The February jobs report showed that payrolls increased by 311,000 workers last month, faster than expected, as bars and restaurants hired more workers.
Bars, hotels and restaurants become the economy’s fastest-growing employers
Hotels, restaurants, and bars, some of the hardest hit industries during the pandemic, are leading the recovery and job growth, now the fast-growing employers.
Irish pub owner who barred Colin Farrell as teen over 'outrageous' behavior says he's welcome now
Pub owner Adrienne MacCarthy said she and actor Colin Farrell are now friends and her banning him from her bar when he was 19 is now water under the bridge.
Netflix Dahmer show results in unwanted attention at Milwaukee bar
Milwaukee bar owner says Netflix's series profiling serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer is drawing unwanted attention at her establishment. True crime tourists have shown up and reportedly posted fake reviews.
Smashburger opens first restaurant with bar as fast food industry gets boozy
Smashburger has opened its first location with a full-service bar.
Russia-Ukraine war leads to 'Moscow Mule' renaming at bars, restaurants and retailers
American business owners in the hospitality and food and beverage sector are showing support for Ukraine in light of Russia’s attacks by renaming Moscow Mules – a popular drink that’s typically made from ginger beer, lime juice and vodka.
Rare whiskey lottery to be held in Pennsylvania at 'prices that are fair'
More than a thousand rare whiskeys will be available for purchase through the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s upcoming Limited-Release Lottery.
Is 'Dry January' hurting bars and alcohol retailers? Business execs chime in
While some Dry January objectors have speculated that the health month is hurting bars and alcohol retailers, professionals in the field say there’s a host of reasons why some small business owners are struggling.
Miami Beach voters say 'yes' to closing bars earlier
Last call could come three hours earlier in Miami Beach, where a majority of voters fed up with nighttime violence chose “Yes” to rolling back the 5 a.m. closing time for alcohol sales.
Jersey Shore staffing shortages create concerns for small business owners
Beach towns across the country are ready to welcome back summer and the crowds that come with it. Jersey Shore business owners talk with FOX Business about the Memorial Day weekend and labor shortages.