OpenTable launches delivery

The reservation platform wants to be the 'go-to app for all dining occasions'. On Wednesday, OpenTable announced that it has partnered with Caviar, Grubhub and Uber Eats to offer delivery and pick-up options.

In A Bid To Help Small Businesses, New York City Will Start Tracking Retail Vacancies

In an attempt to respond to the well-chronicled struggles of small retailers, New York City will begin compiling a database of storefronts that will track vacancies and hopefully prompt future policies toward aiding small business owners.

Worried delivery drivers are eating orders? You have good reason.

A new study shows that more than 1 in 4 of the deliverers haven’t been able to avoid the temptation—and consumers are aware of the risk.

New York State Expands Data Breach Notification Laws

New York State will require businesses to put in place data security programs and consumer credit reporting agencies to boost protection services under measures signed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.

Will reusables replace disposables for takeout?

As lawmakers make it easier for restaurants to handle reusable containers brought by guests, a growing number of companies are racing to create systems where durable, washable cups and containers replace the ubiquitous single-use disposables upon which takeout now relies.


ServSafe Workplace: The training you need at a discount only NYSRA can deliver.

New York State requires that all employees complete sexual harassment prevention training each year. NYSRA has worked with ServSafe to provide members with industry specific training that is easy to access and available at an exclusive 15% member discount. 

Note: All employees must complete training this year by 10/9/19.