Posts Tagged ‘restaurant workers’

Clyde’s Responds To Low Rating By Restaurant Workers’ Group

Last week, a national restaurant workers group released a new dining guide, rating restaurants not on food, service and decor but instead on personnel issues—things like hourly wages, paid sick leave and opportunities for advancement. A number of D.C. restaurant operators earned accolades for their policies. One organization that did not: Clyde's Restaurant Group, operators […]

Photos: Ray’s the Steaks and Ray’s the People at East River

There's a new steakhouse in the District, and it is, by my reckoning, D.C.'s first true steakhouse: Ray's the Steaks at East River. It's a meat emporium designed for, and run by, longtime Washingtonians — you know, the ones marginalized not only by the federal government, but also by the local transients who’d rather drink […]

Restaurant Workers Get Screwed for a Third Straight Year

The Restaurant Association of Maryland e-mailed a release this afternoon cooing over its victory in the Maryland General Assembly, where the House Economic Matters Committee narrowly defeated, for the third straight year, a bill that would have given employees who work four consecutive hours a 15-minute break. It would have also given them a 30-minute […]