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  • NYC Checklist for Required Employee Documentation & Posters

    With all you have to do to run your hospitality business in NYC, it can be nearly impossible to keep up with all the required employment documentation and posters you must provide.

    Wouldn't it be great if your business had a comprehensive checklist of all the documents you require in order to keep in compliance... Now you do!

    The NYC Hospitality Alliance in partnership with Fox Rothschild LLP brings you the NYC Checklist for REQUIRED EMPLOYMENT DOCUMENTATION and POSTERS for RESTAURANTS and BARS.

    Saving you valuable time and helping you avoid fines-we are here to help streamline the way you run your business Click here for more information & to download the checklist ›

  • United Restaurant & Tavern Owners Merges Into The Alliance

    On December 1st, the 77-year-old United Restaurant & Tavern Owners of NY (UR&TO) merged into New York City Hospitality Alliance, creating an even more diverse and powerful NYC based trade association to represent the interests of eating and drinking establishments throughout the five boroughs of New York City.

    Jeffrey Bank, CEO of the Alicart Restaurant Group and president of the New York City Hospitality Alliance, welcomed his industry colleagues from The United Restaurant and Tavern Owners of New York. "Pubs are quintessential New York City, and I'm thrilled that this important segment of the hospitality industry will have a voice on our Board of Directors and in our membership."

    "I've been impressed by how the New York City Hospitality Alliance created a respected political voice for our industry. Our company has benefited from the information and education they offer, which helps us to stay in compliance with the many changing laws and regulations," said Martin Whelan, owner of Stout and vice president of The United Restaurant and Tavern Owners of New York. Click here to read full press release ›

  • Ping Pong Slam Video: Watch It Now!

    Relive the Ping Pong Slam by watching the video of the event!

    Catch your favorite restaurateurs in action and watch The One Group's Jonathan Segal and Sam Goldfinger claim the Ping Pong Slam title. Watch the video here ›

  • Tip Wage Survey

    Survey results released by the New York City Hospitality Alliance found that servers who receive tips in the city's restaurants earn on average $25.34 an hour. Bartenders at restaurants are earning on average $27.48 an hour, and bussers and food runners $17.11 an hour. Cocktail servers working at nightlife establishments earn on average $31.21 an hour, nightlife bartenders $32.35, nightlife bussers and food runners $18.84.

    The survey was completed by employers from a sample of 486 eating and drinking establishments in the City, employing approximately 15,000 tipped employees.

    The survey was released on October 17th, in advance of an October 20th Wage Board hearing being held by the NYS Department of Labor. The Wage Board will receive testimony from the public on how the "tip credit" should be adjusted. The tip credit allows restaurant employers to pay employees who earn tips a base wage of $5 an hour if their tips meet or exceed the state's $8 minimum wage. On a rare occasion when an employee's tips plus their base wage equal less than the minimum wage, employers are required by law to pay the shortfall. Click here to view the Tip Wage Survey ›

  • 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: Benefits@theNYCalliance.org or 212-582-2506 Click here for full information ›

  • Book Your Mock Health Department 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

    info@theNYCalliance.org

    www.theNYCalliance.org 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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UPCOMING EDUCATION & EVENTS

Tuesday | January 27, 2015

Food Protection Course - January

NYC Food Protection Course with Certification in 2 1/2 days!

Starting from $125!

Day 1: Tuesday, January 27th, 2015 - 9am - 5pm
Day 2: Wednesday, January 28th, 2015 - 9am - 5pm
Day 3: Thursday, January 29th, 2015 - 9am [EXAM]

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Tuesday | February 24, 2015

Food Protection Course - February

NYC Food Protection Course with Certification in 2 1/2 days!

Starting from $125!

Day 1: Tuesday, February 24th, 2015 - 9am - 5pm
Day 2: Wednesday, February 25th, 2015 - 9am - 5pm
Day 3: Thursday, February 26th, 2015 - 9am [EXAM]

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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.

Ping Pong Slam 2014

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