Madrid helps bars stay afloat by serviing food without a license
New legislation in Madrid allows pubs without food licenses to sell food in order to help them through the pandemic.View on euronews
Police use drones to monitor overcrowding at reopened Madrid flea marketThe ancient and emblematic Rastro market opened its doors again on Sunday after an eight-month coronavirus-related shutdown.View on euronews
Madrid market's makeover after street festival moves due to COVID-19Shopfronts in a traditional Madrid market got a makeover as part of a reimagined street art festival in the Spanish capital. View on euronews
Struggling California Restaurants Ask State to Reimburse Millions in License FeesRestaurants and bars have been forced to shutter their dining rooms or close completely due to COVID-19, but many still had to keep paying for liquor licenses, health permits, and other costs.
'Incredible Timing': On Tour Brewing In West Town Got A Food License Just As City Brings Back COVID-19 Restrictions On BarsCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas reports they were approved for a food license at just the right time.