Dustin Lancaster

restaurateur and founder of An Eastside Establishment

restaurateur and founder of An Eastside Establishment

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Restaurants are hit hard by staff shortages right now. Nearly 2.5 million jobs in the industry were lost last year, according to the National Restaurant Association.

Restaurants are scrambling to hire bussers, waiters, and bartenders as economy reopens

Restaurants are hit hard by staff shortages right now. Nearly 2.5 million jobs in the industry were lost last year, according to the National Restaurant Association.

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A bill to allow bars in nine California cities, including LA, to serve until   4 am   is making its way through the state legislature. The Assembly has approved it.

The California assembly allows bars to stay open until 4 am

A bill to allow bars in nine California cities, including LA, to serve until 4 am is making its way through the state legislature. The Assembly has approved it.

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