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New restaurant, bar coming to Durango’s North Main District

Sage and Zia Cantina both developed by owners of Zia Taqueria

Some COVID-19 adaptations will have legs

Will bump-outs, remote work and high housing costs stick around?

Durango restaurants endure COVID-19 restrictions

Health orders to limit public gatherings hit eateries in pocketbook

Two Durango restaurants prepare to reopen

Carver Brewing Co. and College Drive Cafe closed during COVID-19 spikes

Cortez restaurants partner up to offer cheap delivery

Cortez Eatz offers $5 delivery from eateries

New Mexico Legislature approves tax holiday for restaurants

SANTA FE – A bill is on its way to the governor that would provide a four-month tax holiday to restaurants and a $600 rebate to low-income workers. The state House gave final appr...

Grants up to $3,000 available for 2021 bump-outs in downtown Durango

Temporary outdoor dining and retail patios can stay up through Nov. 1

‘I just want someone to spill a beer on me’

As I sit at the dining table that is also my desk, considering what I can unearth from the nearby freezer to serve for dinner (on this very table), I have been indulging in a persistent dayd...

Colorado restaurant workers are eager to get the COVID vaccine – but they’re still waiting for their turn

When Grace Kane walks into Denver’s Safta for her shift as a server, there’s tension in the air. Getting a COVID-19 vaccine would go a long way to relieve the stress and anxiety of working i...

A look at food delivery one year into the COVID-19 pandemic

Industry sees increase in jobs, sales and enforces safety

Durango liquor stores navigate a changing legal environment

Owners OK with restaurants selling alcohol with delivery, takeout meals

La Plata County meets COVID-19 Level Orange metrics

5-Star restaurants can now open to 50% indoor capacity