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  • Reduced Restaurant Fines & Task Force Announced

    Did you read the article in Crain's NY, "City Hall to Create Task Force Aimed at Lowering Small Biz Fines" where the following was quoted:

    "Reducing fines has been a major agenda for our alliance," said Andrew Rigie, executive director of the New York City Hospitality Alliance. "We look forward to working with the administration on reducing fines while protecting the public. Hopefully these reforms will be sweeping enough to provide the restaurant industry with the relief from fines that it really needs." Click here to find out more and read the full article! ›

  • Breaking News! Wage Board Announced

    The NYC Hospitality Alliance will bring you more details soon Click here to find out who is on the Board ›

  • New Blog! An Interview With Heritage Radio Network

    If you’ve been looking for a go-to news source for food-focused news coverage, look no further…

    This week on “The Voice of Hospitality” we interview Erin Fairbanks from Heritage Radio Network. Read on as she tells us how they have you – and your industry – covered. Click here to read the new blog post! ›

  • NYS Government Affairs Update: Labor, Liquor Licenses & More

    End of Session Update:

    The Alliance brings the interests of NYC restaurant and nightlife operators to the New York State Capitol. Our alert provides an "end of session" update on some of the key issues The Alliance was involved with at the NYS Legislature. These included the following:

    - The Annual Wage Reporting Requirement (Repeal passed)
    - Hospitality Industry Employee Hours (Did not pass)
    - Mandatory gratuities (Did not pass)

    Overall we believe it was a productive session for The Alliance in Albany, as we were at the table for discussions on a wide range of labor, liquor law and economic development issues and we were successful in making the voice of our members heard. Click here to review the entire NYS Government Affairs End of Session Update ›

  • Big News- We Offer Health Insurance!

    Benefits provided through the Aetna & Cigna PPO Network

    Helps you comply with the Affordable Care Act

    Savings Often Exceed 20%

    High Quality Customer Service

    Many Plan Options to Fit Your Needs

    Cobra Administration included

    Large National Physician and Provider Networks

    Fully Scalable as Your Company Grows

    Get a Quote: or 212-582-2506 Click here for full information ›

  • Book Your Mock Health Inspection Today!

    A Letter Grade = Fewer Fines. Good Image. Happy Customers.

    C Letter Grade = Expensive Fines. Bad Image. Loss of Business.

    It only takes one bad DOH inspection to negatively impact your business…

    Be proactive…Be preventive…Be prepared

    Schedule an on-site, hands on, Mock Health Department Inspection.

    Book your inspection today!

    Contact The Alliance:

    212-582-2506 Click here for full information ›

  • NYC Checklist for Required Signs for Restaurants and Bars

    Restaurant and nightlife businesses are required to post a variety of federal, state and city signs & permits conspicuously to their employees, customers and inspectors.

    Keeping track of all of them can be time consuming and confusing!

    Wouldn't it be great if your business had a comprehensive checklist of all required postings??? Now you do! Click here for more information & to download the checklist ›


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Wednesday | July 30, 2014

New York Restaurant Development Summit

When: Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 | 3-6:30pm

Where: New World Stages, 340 W 50th St, New York, NY 10019

Cost: $74 per ticket


Friday | September 26, 2014

The Bridal Society: NYC Wedding Planning Certification

When: Friday, September 26th & Saturday, September 27th, 2014

Where: NYIT Manhattan Campus | 26 West 61st Street New York, New York


On Small Business- City & State and CAN Capital

City & State NY & Can Capital's panel discussion about small business issues, such as access to capital, laws, regulations and more.

Meeting of the Colombus Avenue Business Improvement District

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