Restaurants adopt DIY mantra to survive coronavirus shutdown

Restaurants adopt DIY mantra to survive coronavirus shutdown

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Teatotaller, which made a name for itself by hosting the largest weekly teen drag queen shows in the country, is known for its French macarons and fresh boba tea, a Taiwanese drink that comes with chewy tapioca balls, and became a must-stop for nearly every major 2020 candidate running for president.

But after coronavirus forced the Somersworth, New Hampshire, cafe to close in March, owner Emmett Soldati questioned whether his business could survive.

How to spend your PPP loan

How to spend your PPP loan

Many small business owners and restaurants have been struggling with the rules regarding their Paycheck Protection Program loan (PPP) and the forgiveness provision. Some businesses may be currently closed due to state order, while others don't have work available or...

VIDEO: Emmett Soldati takes Facebook to NH Supreme Court

VIDEO: Emmett Soldati takes Facebook to NH Supreme Court

Two years ago, small business owner Emmett Soldati sued Facebook and Instagram over violating the rights of his business by breaking a contract. Facebook argued they are immune to claims from account holders - even paid accounts. Soldati pushed back and the case went...

Trans Day of Visibility: Time for Allies to Show Up

Trans Day of Visibility: Time for Allies to Show Up

today is a day to provide visibility, to lift up voices and faces and stories of our transgender neighbors, not just for being transgender – not just for revealing the cracks in our long held belief systems regarding gender and sexual identity – but also to provide visibility to all as who they are.

Rent Abatement Request to Landlord

Rent Abatement Request to Landlord

Download Template Here As the first of the month draws near and many of us have been laid off or given reduced hours, we cannot afford to bear the brunt of financial loss with no certainty of what is to come. This letter is a template to help you reach a reasonable...

NH RESTAURANT + SMALL BIZ RESOURCES DURING COVID-19

NH RESTAURANT + SMALL BIZ RESOURCES DURING COVID-19

I run a small restaurant – we have strict health policies and recently set up a paid sick leave fund. We are a low-risk space in a community with no nearby outbreaks. And yet, the crunch is here. We have seen an immediate loss of business and cancellation of future private bookings (April is our busiest month!). While we have not cancelled any programming or operations, I’m preparing for potential changes.