Our region's hospitals are treating the highest number of COVID-19 patients to date and as we move forward in this fight, local businesses could be putting into place new policies for customers.
Going out to eat at your favorite restaurant may soon be way more expensive as the cost of goods rises for restaurant owners, with some supplies being out of stock completely.
It is one of our favorite times of the year. Houston restaurant Weeks returns in just two weeks, but the list of all the restaurants taking part will go live.
A local family-owned business claims Uber Eats owes them money from more than 700 orders, or an estimated $20,000.
Monday, Luby’s announced that 32 cafeteria locations across the state are being sold to a Chicago-based catering company for $28.7 Million.
It's been one year since we lost our friend and Fox colleague Cleverly Stone, the founder of Houston Restaurant Weeks lost her battle with cancer, but her fight against hunger and Houston lives on. Our Ruben Dominguez has more.
Hotels and restaurants are getting ready for a big rush this Memorial Day weekend and this summer. But their revenues may not be as much as they hoped. FOX 26 Consumer Reporter, Heather Sullivan has more!
You may be noticing longer wait times at your favorite restaurant, help wanted signs as well. Restaurants are hiring; they just need workers to come back. So we have Michelle Castro from Workforce Solutions. Joining us live Friday morning!
Our Fox 26 Consumer Reporter Heather Sullivan speaks to Chris Meagher, White House Deputy Press Secretary about President Joe Biden's Restaurant Revitalization Fund.
Fox 26 Consumer Reporter Heather Sullivan speaks with White House Deputy Press Secretary Chris Meagher on President Joe Biden's Restaurant Revitalization Fund, which works to aid restaurants hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Protesters say all they want is Abbott to overturn his order and reopen bars statewide.
Local bar owners are upset by Gov. Abbott's order to close bars, so they are suing for the right to remain open.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner called out three businesses that are on his Wall of Shame for not following COVID-19 guidelines placed forth by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
TABC says agents visited nearly 1,500 Texas businesses this past weekend to verify that they were complying with the order. 59 were found to be operating in violation of the order; 52 of those agreed to immediately close.
“We’re now moving ahead with 30-day temporary restrictions with their permits to sell alcohol if we observe any violations with things such as social distancing or capacity limits.”
Texas restaurants will be allowed to reopen their dining rooms Friday. One Houston restaurant owner shares his plans for the big day.
One organization is helping show gratitude to healthcare workers as well as support struggling local restaurants.
Restaurants are adapting to hard times during the coronavirus outbreak.
Restaurants may be closing, but they're adapting to a new takeout-centric culture.