Category: Restaurant News

Restaurant Brands International Inc. Announces Pricing of First Lien Senior Secured Notes OfferingRestaurant Brands International Inc. Announces Pricing of First Lien Senior Secured Notes Offering

TORONTO, June 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ – Restaurant Brands International Inc. (“RBI”) (TSX: QSR) (NYSE: QSR) (TSX: QSP), 1011778 B.C. Unlimited Liability Company (the “Issuer”) and New Red Finance, Inc. (the “Co-Issuer” and, together with the Issuer, the “Issuers”) announced today that the Issuers priced an offering of $800 million in aggregate principal amount of 3.875% First Lien Senior Secured Notes due 2028 (the “Notes”). The Notes will be  issued as additional notes under the Indenture, dated as of September 24, 2019, pursuant to which the Issuers previously issued $750 million in aggregate principal amount of 3.875% First

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SBA Restaurant Revitalization Fund freezes some grants. But it’s still paying others.SBA Restaurant Revitalization Fund freezes some grants. But it’s still paying others.

Thousands of restaurants pursuing Small Business Administration Restaurant Revitalization Fund grants have had their applications frozen, even as the SBA continues to pay out others. It’s the result of a series of legal setbacks by the agency.

The freeze is the result of three lawsuits challenging the 21-day priority application period — in which restaurants owned by women, veterans and socially or economically disadvantaged people — would be able to apply first and have those funds set aside. But court rulings in the northern District of Texas and elsewhere forced the SBA to freeze pending payments to 2,965 priority applicants.

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How Restaurant Furniture Worked In Ancient CivilizationsHow Restaurant Furniture Worked In Ancient Civilizations

UNITED STATES—Given that we are living in a modern day and age where most conveniences are readily available to us at the push of a button, it can be easy to assume that this is how things have always been. However, there is a clear history to all of the institutions that we rely on these days, and looking into this history can give us a newfound respect for how things managed to become the way that they are. History can teach us about the evolution of various things that we take for granted.

Even something as mundane as the

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Restaurant owner arrested after teen shot while fighting customer who intervened in tip jar theft, police say | St. Louis News HeadlinesRestaurant owner arrested after teen shot while fighting customer who intervened in tip jar theft, police say | St. Louis News Headlines



Police said the teen was stealing Utah Station’s tip jar after 4 p.m. when a customer intervened.







ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — A teen was shot in the stomach Thursday afternoon after allegedly stealing a tip jar and assaulting a customer at a south St. Louis City restaurant.

According to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, a 16-year old and another teen were causing a disturbance inside Utah Station restaurant, at the corner of Utah Street and Wisconsin Avenue in the Benton Park neighborhood. When the teens left, police say, the

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Roy’s, a Jacksonville Beach restaurant, closes after 18 yearsRoy’s, a Jacksonville Beach restaurant, closes after 18 years

JACKSONVILLE BEACH | Widespread rumors that popular restaurant Roy’s was permanently closing became reality over the weekend.

An employee confirmed Sunday morning that the restaurant closed Saturday night after serving its last customers. It was not immediately clear why the restaurant — which opened in 2003 at its 2400 3rd Street S. location — shut down.

Multiple messages left with the restaurant’s management team were not returned.

By the way: Jacksonville-area restaurant openings, closings in May

The Times-Union’s summer restaurant guide to dining out in Jacksonville

For subscribers:Classic restaurants from Jacksonville’s Beach’s past

Word began circulating on social media

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Restaurants press to keep delivery app caps as they rebound from pandemicRestaurants press to keep delivery app caps as they rebound from pandemic

TORONTO — Restaurant owners say food delivery apps have taken too big a bite out of their revenues for too long.



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Food delivery apps were forced to implement lower fees when dine-in service was closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and restaurants say the change should be made permanent if they are to recover from the crisis.

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“I really hope they do keep the lower fees because it does help a lot,” said Sharon Bond, the owner of Westbank, B.C.’s Kekuli Cafe. “Costs have gone up tremendously.

“We’re in a pandemic so (everyone’s

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