New York City’s restaurant industry grapples with easing vaccine rules

Many welcome the change as a ‘return to normalcy’ that will support restaurants and bars, but others worry it’s too soonTyler Hollinger, owner of Festivál Cafe, a “farm-to-bar cocktail cafe” in New York City, said he recently started learning Brazilian jiu-jitsu because of physical altercations with visitors who are unvaccinated against Covid-19.The reason for the fights isn’t that Hollinger is a crusader for the city’s requirement that people show proof of vaccination to sit inside at bars and restaurants. Continue reading...

New York City’s restaurant industry grapples with easing vaccine rules

Many welcome the change as a ‘return to normalcy’ that will support restaurants and bars, but others worry it’s too soon

Tyler Hollinger, owner of Festivál Cafe, a “farm-to-bar cocktail cafe” in New York City, said he recently started learning Brazilian jiu-jitsu because of physical altercations with visitors who are unvaccinated against Covid-19.

The reason for the fights isn’t that Hollinger is a crusader for the city’s requirement that people show proof of vaccination to sit inside at bars and restaurants.

Continue reading...