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NYC Mayor Adams Listens To Industry Plead to Lighten Load

The NYC Hospitality Alliance as are thrilled to see that New York City Mayor Eric Adams took major steps late last month to reduce burdens on and cut red tape for the city’s small businesses by announcing reforms to 118 city regulations...

NYC Hospitality Alliance’s Rigie Seeks To Help Industry Navigate Choppy Seas

At the crossroads of a culture war, logistical uncertainty, and the redoubled forces of COVID-19’s Delta variant, New York City restaurants face new mandates and vaccination requirements. At the helm of the NYC Hospitality Alliance as Executive Director, Andrew Rigie, hopes to...

Restaurant Crisis Worsens: Even as Infections Go Down, Restaurant Rent Defaults...

In case New York City needed another sign affirming its small business and commercial rent crisis, a new survey released last month by the NYC Hospitality Alliance found that nearly 9 in 10 restaurants, bars and nightlife venues could not pay full rent in August.

NYC Hospitality Alliance and Industry Leaders Call For Immediate Indoor Dining...

As thousands of NYC restaurants struggle to survive and stay open during the pandemic, the NYC Hospitality Alliance and restaurant owners from all five boroughs this week held a press conference calling on Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio to develop...

Why Hospitality Management Is An Ideal Career In 2020

As the world we live in experiences innovation and modernization, it would certainly not be wrong to state that everything surrounding us requires high management and supervision. New and advanced analytical techniques are being introduced...

NYC Mayor Signs Personal Liability, Delivery Cap and More Into Law

These important bills suspend commercial liability in leases, cap third party delivery fees, waive sidewalk café fees and more (additional details below). The enactment of these laws are exactly why we need the NYC Hospitality Alliance fighting for...

Thoughts On Saving NYC’s Oldest Tavern And Beloved Small Businesses

Last month it was reported that Neir’s Tavern, a 190-year-old watering hole with the claim of being New York City’s oldest bar was shuttering. The owner of the famed bar that appeared in Martin Scorsese’s iconic film Goodfellas...

Tip Credit Remains and Lien Bill Vetoed

We’re providing you with important updates... and, great news to start the new year. First, the hospitality industry Tip Credit will remain in effect. Second, the Lien Bill was vetoed by Governor Cuomo. You can read about both issues below.