San Francisco chef Cecilia Chiang, who blazed a trail for Chinese cuisine in the United States, died Wednesday. She was 100. Her granddaughter, Siena Chiang, confirmed her death with CNN.
Decades before evolving into one of the most popular dim sum spots in the country, Nom Wah Tea Parlor—the oldest restaurant in New York City’s Chinatown—operated as a bakery famous … Read more
The New York City Department of Sanitation has announced that it has now transitioned to its winter schedule operations. Known as “Night Plow,” the winter schedule enables the Department to … Read more
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the program inspired by Open Restaurants could help 40,000 small businesses through the holidays.
The Youth Empowerment Pipeline is a 9-month youth-driven training program that creates a viable pathway to employment and leadership within the food justice movement through skill-building workshops, engagement with community … Read more
Restaurants will have three options for providing heat for outdoor dining experiences in the winter
Before the pandemic, Nom Wah Tea Parlor had two-hour wait times and lines out the door. But come 2020, on its 100th anniversary, the oldest dim sum restaurant in NYC’s … Read more
Legendary 25,000-square-foot dim sum spot Jing Fong reckons with its future amid the pandemic
Expanding outdoor dining structures, providing funds to restaurants in low-income communities, expanding winter markets, and more
New York City restaurants come and go with alarming speed, even in the best of times. So when a restaurant manages to make it to 100 years old in the … Read more
The New York City-based Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) on Saturday launched its latest exhibition “Windows for Chinatown” and temporary space for MOCA Workshop. The event aims to meet … Read more
Asians in New York City experienced record job losses as a result of COVID-19, according to a new study by the Asian American Federation. The industries hardest hit by the … Read more