Joining us in the kitchen is Chef Attilio Marini from Cast Iron Chef Chop House & Oyster Bar to make pizza and talk about CT Eats Week.
The push is on at the State Capitol to ban styrofoam.
Connecticut’s largest business organization and other groups are voicing concern about pending legislation it says will threaten the economy.
Governor Ned Lamont and the state restaurant association are asking that the legislature come back to the Capitol as soon as possible to address the ‘tipped wage’ controversy.
(WTNH) — Governor Ned Lamont notches a minor victory with the General Assembly as legislative leaders back off from a veto override attempt. Democratic and Republican leaders in the House had been united in their push to override the Governor’s veto of that restaurant wages bill but Senate leaders said no to the override attempt. […]
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he plans to get more involved in year’s legislative effort to increase Connecticut’s minimum wage.
The GCC Foundation raises scholarship funds with the C.O.O.K. Series.
A proposed federal rule would allow restaurant owners to take gratuities and use them to pay non tipped employees and for other expenses.
There’s a battle brewing at the State Capitol besides the one over highway tolls. This battle is over the pay restaurant workers get and it could see the first veto override of Governor Ned Lamont’s term.
All along Grand Avenue in New Haven gates are up and doors are locked.