New York City is home to over 18,000 restaurants that employ over 225,000 people. These thousands of neighborhood delis, bodegas, cafes, and mom-and-pop restaurants are the heartbeat of New York's vibrant neighborhoods and local economy.
Yet, every year the small business owners who own and operate these establishments are faced with new challenges – from intrusive regulations to excessive fines – that threaten their ability to survive.
The Restaurant Action Alliance NYC is a grassroots coalition of over 1,000 neighborhood restaurants across New York City who have come together to have a voice at City Hall and make positive change.
Together, with a coalition of labor, business, and community leaders, the 1,000 member strong Restaurant Action Alliance NYC is working to stop unfair regulations that target small restaurants and push for smart alternative that help our City and economy grow.
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