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Hot Topic Talk: Restroom Access and Restaurants

Because hospitality businesses are public accommodations under the Civil Rights Act, restaurants owners should consider potential impacts of "bathroom bill" laws and how this topic could affect their business.

Consumer Spending Slips Slightly While Travel Soars

Good news for the hospitality and travel industry, as a new report from First Data shows that while overall consumer spending slipped in May, travel spending shot up 6.2 percent, leading all industries tracked by the point-of-sale network.

Cocktail Room Boom Continues at Lawless Distilling

To be the neighborhood dive bar of cocktail rooms. That’s the intent behind Lawless Distilling Company’s iteration of the cocktail lounge.

With Art Institutes Closure, MN to Lose Another Culinary School

The Art Institutes International Minnesota is no longer enrolling new students as it charts a course to the closure of its Minneapolis campus in three years.

Minneapolis-based Coastal Seafoods Sold to Chicago’s Fortune Fish

Owner Suzanne Weinstein is selling Coastal Seafoods, the company she started in 1981 that today services more than 300 restaurants and retails stores in five states.

New Overtime Rule: Lots of Work Ahead, but It Could've Been Worse

New overtime rules are not quite as bad as many people feared when the initial proposal came out last July, but there’s plenty of work to be done.

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Top Chefs

Jorge Guzman - Surly Beer Hall & Restaurant, Brewer’s Table

Pairing Surly's brews with equally forceful food is Jorge Guzman’s daily charge as executive chef of both restaurants at Surly’s massive, still-new destination brewery.

Gavin Kaysen - Spoon and Stable

“I’ve never experienced anything like it,” Gavin Kaysen says about the opening last year. When reservation lines opened, they sold out two months’ worth of seats immediately.

Angel Luna - 6 Smith

At 19, Angel Luna and two friends came to the U.S. illegally. Luna, who grew up in Veracruz, Mexico, wanted to find steady work in order to send money back to his parents and sisters.

Diane Yang - Spoon and Stable

When Diane Yang heard that famed New York City Chef Gavin Kaysen was returning to his hometown to start a restaurant, she didn’t believe it.

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