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Durango businesses report some wins despite COVID-19 restrictions

After slow June, summer sales appear to be on an upswing

Irish Embassy Pub in Durango will close doors Labor Day

COVID-19 restrictions forced a 2-month closure; now sales are slow

It’s moving week for Zia Taqueria on north Main Avenue in Durango

Restaurant plans to reopen Thursday in new building

Durango High School announces on-campus lunch options

Selections from Serious Texas Bar-B-Q, Zia Taqueria, Domino’s Pizza will be available

New owners remodel Magpies Newsstand

FLC parents purchase downtown cafe, feature locally made products

As the restaurant industry suffers, the James Beard Foundation scraps its prestigious awards until 2022

With the coronavirus wreaking devastation in the restaurant industry – many establishments are closed or operating at low capacity, thousands of workers have been laid off and many sickened ...

Viral pandemic doesn’t deter Happy Pappy’s restaurateur

Despite COVID-19, Durango man goes forward opening pizzeria

Ore House teams up with Rochester Hotel to provide alternative dining experience

Restaurant waiting indefinitely to reopen its dining room

What changes spurred by COVID-19 are here to stay?

Main Avenue ‘bump-outs,’ improved take-out, other revisions embraced

June and July restaurant inspections are in

June and July inspections are in

This virtual reality dining experience is trippy – and might be the future of restaurants

The James Beard House is a circa-1844 townhouse in the West Village, its creaky floors filled with oil paintings and homages to the greatness of the culinary center’s namesake food writer an...

N.M. Supreme Court says governor can fine businesses

A lawsuit was filed in July claiming state was targeting restaurant industry