Restaurants

30-Year-Old McDonald’s in San Francisco Closes After California Minimum Wage Hike

After 30 years of business, a McDonald's restaurant in San Francisco is closing its doors due to a recent California policy that has increased the statewide minimum wage to $20 an hour.

Republicans File Bill Making Tips Exempt from Federal Taxes

Republican Representatives Thomas Massie (KY) and Matt Gaetz (FL) introduced a bill that seeks to exempt tips from federal taxes.

Diners Across America Writing ‘Vote Trump, No Taxes On Tips!’ on Receipts

Diners across the country are writing “Vote Trump, No Taxes On Tips!” on their server checks ahead of the upcoming election.

California Food Chain Shutters 13 Stores After Minimum Wage Increase

Thirteen Rubio's Coastal Grill locations in California are closing this week after the cost of living in California continues to soar.

Nearly 80 Percent of Americans Consider Fast Food a ‘Luxury Item’ Under Biden Presidency

Nearly 80 percent of Americans now consider fast food to be a “luxury item” under the Biden administration.

New Law Forces California Restaurants to Raise Menu Prices

Restaurant owners have often utilized surcharges to fund employee benefits like health care, with some establishments listing these charges on menus while others made...

New $20 Minimum Wage For Fast Food Workers in California Begins This Week

Most fast food workers in California are set to be paid at least $20 an hour beginning this week as a new law has been put into effect.

Automation Looms as California Fast-Food Restaurants Adjust to $20 Minimum Wage

California fast-food restaurants are scaling back their staff ahead of a state law that will increase the minimum wage to $20 per hour, as...

Backlash Against Phoenix Restaurant Follows Biden Campaign Event

A Mexican restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona, found itself the target of negative Yelp reviews following a campaign event attended by Biden on Tuesday. The event...

Sen. Paul Warns of President Biden’s ‘Internet Kill Switch’ (Video)

In a recent episode of the "Independent Truths" podcast hosted by Dr. Scott Atlas, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) voiced concerns over an antiquated federal law that appears to give the U.S. president the authority to shut down all communications.

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