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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

Vendors say Farmington’s food truck scene needs dedicated lot

Owners also want outside seating for customers

Dave Woodruff steps up in crunch time

Durango’s face of the restaurant industry has been busy

The Soup Palette returns to Durango

Soup and sandwich shop resurrected in the form of a food truck

Restaurants preparing meals for workers battling COVID-19

Feed the Frontlines looking for donations to finance effort

Durango restaurant owners file lawsuit against Polis, health departments

CJ’s Diner wants courts to overturn COVID-19 guidelines limiting their business

La Plata County waives all liquor license fees for a year

Move aims to help ailing businesses amid COVID-19 pandemic

Mutu’s Italian Kitchen closes after 15 years in business

Owner says he’s moving to Virginia with significant other

New tipping rules will help restaurant owners and hurt workers, advocates say

Depending on who is reviewing them, America’s new tipping regulations will either help bridge the historic pay gap between servers and line cooks, as well as clarify practices that have resu...