According to local police, customers had to wait a whopping 14 hours for take-out food at the new In-N-Out Burger in Aurora, Colorado Friday afternoon.
Some North Texas restaurant owners said suggestions to revert back to take-out only could mean the end for some of people’s favorite local spots.
Business owners from Trinity Groves show how they've come together to help each other during the pandemic and they have the perfect area to social-distance and serve guests.
Attorneys for XOXO Dining Room argue that the TABC’s emergency suspension order was an overstep and "a charade."
The restaurant chain seems to have caught on to the fan-favorite hack, which means no more free extra tortillas on the side.
Bars across North Texas were allowed to reopen at 50 percent capacity on Wednesday for counties that opted in.
Tarrant County announced it will allow bars to reopen at 50 percent capacity.
The Collin County judge says he plans to reopen bars next week.
Texas bars are still on the closed list, but there is a work around to open their doors and help other hospitality businesses stay afloat too.
The fast food chain has been creating a new “streamlined menu” to make room for new entries.
More bars in Texas will soon be able to reopen as restaurants.
McDonald’s is bringing the heat, and the sweet, with its newest menu innovations set to drop this fall.
Fort Worth's legendary Billy Bob's Texas is getting ready to reopen next week.
Closures include 450 locations in Speedway gas stations that had previously been announced
The fast food giant is the latest business to announce a mask mandate for customers in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
It's been a roller coaster ride for restaurant owners.
The TRA estimates that if the shutdown keeps up they estimate the state could lose 20% to 30% of their eating establishments
Chick-fil-A beat competitors Chipotle, Dunkin', Arby's, KFC and Panera Bread to take the top prize
TABC says that following a weekend of undercover operations, agents found evidence to suspend the permits as part of Operation Safe Open, an effort to inspect businesses across Texas to ensure they’re following protocols to slow the spread of COVID-19.
A Dallas restaurant is just the latest in a string of recent businesses that have had employees test positive for COVID-19.