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"danny abrams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"ASA Bloomberg and Jay I T stem report 6 55 on Wall Street time now for the Bloomberg small business Report with John Tucker John Good Morning, and Karen New York City restaurants are open with 25% indoor capacity that's expected increased to 50% in November. But for a lot of owners, the numbers don't add up. Danny Abrams has only been able to re opened one of the seven restaurants in his group and he joins us Now, Danny, you're a business survived through 9 11, the great recession and Hurricane Sandy. How does the pandemic compare? There's no comparison. You know the recession were ableto break even the most restaurant ready to make any money that year of the year. At least we'd we live to fight another day. They're all facing the same challenges right now with the pandemic, or is there something you need to one in a different location? They all have their own issues and struggles. You know, the first target was with landlords. We closed our restaurant and Second Avenue Mermaid in the original release was up, and we've been working on an extension. Trying to cover it on drink overhead. Palermo just became unreasonable, so we had to give up their restaurant, which was which was difficult. We were under construction for New Mermaid Bistro on 83rd Amsterdam and could not see our way forward. So we give the keys back to the landlord and the landlord was wonderful. Do you have to have a minimum threshold before? It's even worth opening the doors? For me the minimum threshold for restaurants. It's not currently opened, like 75% so human we reach 50% is really not going to work for us. We'll keep the mermaid and on the Upper West Side Open. Because that's a big restaurant and who knows if the customers are coming back? How much leeway is the PPP giving? You think the PPP has been a disaster? They gave us a week's worth of money. So what's going to be a 50 to a problem? Danny, New York City restaurants. Danny Abrams, Thanks a lot Best of luck and will continue to bring you stories of small businesses trying to survive during the pandemic every day at this time of Bloomberg Radio. I'm John Tucker, that your Bloomberg Small business Report, Karen All right. John Tucker, thank us and be futures are up. Three points this morning down Futures up. 42. NASDAQ Futures up. 18 10 Year Treasury up for 30 seconds, you'll 300.71% and the yield on the two year 20.13% Nynex crude oil is down 1.1% now at $40.53 a barrel and Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keen, Jonathan Farrow and Lisa Abramowitz is straight ahead. Nathan Hager..
"danny abrams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"danny abrams" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Mark Simone on 7 10 Wooo. Well, Steve que Zoey's the city's top restaurant writer columnist New York Post You can read his great columns on the restaurant World. The real estate world. Steve Cues O at the New York Post website and get everything there. Steve, How you doing? I'm great. How are you, Mark? I'm good. You talked to all the top restaurant guys in the city? What do they think? Are they happy with going to 25%? September 30th? Yeah, Most of them are very happy because it's a step in the right direction. They mostly say that you know you can't make 25% is not going to keep them afloat for very one. The places that already have outdoor seating haven't advantage because they can combine their outdoor seating with the indoor seating. But for how long? Can you continue to serve? Outdoors if things work out well, and they should. The governor has said that they could go to 50% capacity from 25% November 1st. Which would be you know a huge improvement. There's a lot of nervousness, um, over their business models, and everyone is fed up with the city and the states DeLay. Targetting restaurants. We opened indoors, but they are hopeful for the future. I want to mention that in the New York Post today, we have this great editorial about bizarre rules for restaurants, where he seems to regard restaurants as the greatest threat to human life. In fact, we say that Cuomo with Mayor de Blasio, cheering him on Continues to inexplicably single out restaurant as a special source of danger Now, now there are risks but most of the risk in terms of spreading the virus. Mostly it has to do with bars. And if you look around the country, you know Cuomo on the block's yours. I know we've looked at all the restaurants and bars and they create a problem. Restaurants and bars aren't the same thing. And whenever I read about, you know, there's an outbreak of Covitz at a particular quote Unquote restaurant. It's usually at a place like there was a story in the times a few days ago. Some restaurant I think in Michigan called The pickle bloomed now. Well, you have just wasn't the name the pickles. Loon tells you what kind of place This is when I go. Will that and found that it's a big place. With looks like it's mainly a giant bar on several different levels with a restaurant attached to it. They even have like a live entertainment thing. That's not a restaurant. The good thing I think it's wise that in reopening restaurants now it limited that their capacity that one of the requirements is that there will be no service at the bar. Which is something that I'm in favor of I've written. I've endorsed that idea are several times in the news. Dark post simply if you're afraid of bars open the restaurants but keep the bar's inside the restaurant's closed because that's where there's a danger of infection. Nobody is likely to get infected when we've got infection rate below 1% for the last month. In a dining room where everybody is widely spaced out, and there were no crowds. Nobody standing up drinking or, you know, spewing beer on one another's faces. You know? Ah, Connecticut, Long Island, Westchester had been open for indoor dining for a couple of months. Every table full. They're spaced out, but every table full. I keep checking with everybody and nobody's gotten sick in these places. Exactly. I think part of the problem is that You have a governor and a mayor who don't care much about restaurants. The bar you said this last time? Yeah. And Cuomo exceeded family dinners at home, So they just I don't get it. He talks about the governor talks about this, You know all the Italian family sitting in a long table and eating and drinking for three hours. That's not a restaurant. Yeah, And you said this lesson People found this fascinating because nobody thought about this. The mayor Mayor de Blasio really doesn't like restaurants. He sees them as some elitist thing for the rich, which is absolutely bananas off course and hey, doesn't go out to restaurants much either. He's got a favorite pizza place in Brooklyn. And but otherwise he regards restaurants as as a bourgeoisie, the amenity or something like that. He's basically stupid. Because if forget about politics, he could be a Marxist does he wants, But even a dumb Marxist will understand that restaurants primarily employ lower income people whose livelihood have been taken away from them. And most of the people who eat in restaurants or not upper income people of restaurant means everything with seats. Um You know, a little Cuban place on West 46 Street that has a bunch of tables inside when nothing costs more than seven or $8. That's a restaurant. That's a restaurant and Ah to say that this is an elitist sort of thing just reflects extraordinary, breathtaking ignorance of the study. And it is such as the people who work at this ripples out into thousands of businesses that make chairs or tablecloth, sir. That table costs the farms, the purveyors who provide who provide the food. It's an endless AH, chain of destruction When you close the restaurant and Danny Abrams, who own this place he had to close on 90 0 R Avenue. That have been there forever. I think it's called the mermaid in. Forgive me. If I've got a heap he sent around and note explaining how over the course of how much money his small restaurant 50 seats or something generated in terms of providing tax revenue through various forms of taxes, fees to the city of New York insurance and all of the suppliers. Who from whom they've bought their their their food over the last 20 years, all gone, and that's just one single millions and millions of dollars and that's for just one. Single small restaurant. If you take a large restaurant picking name out of my hat here, Kee Bar, which is one of my favorite places..
"danny abrams" Discussed on KGO 810
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"danny abrams" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Open illich bills wtmj news daily accused of running a drag house in fox point is now facing a number of charges daniel francis in patricia o'dwyer all whipped through court this morning according to the criminal complaint daniel and patricia stabbed to people back in november during a home breakin all three are set to be back in court next week after former national security advisor michael flynn's plea deal and pledged to cooperate with the special council the president's legal team presenting a possible defence saying their reason for firing fbi director james comey does not constitute an obstruction of justice abc news legal analyst danny abrams i think you're seeing the president's lawyer try to confuse two issues one is county be charged with obstruction of justice and i think the answer to that is clearly yes two could be charged with obstruction of justice just for firing james colmey the answer to that may be no crime in the nation's largest city hits its lowest rate since the 1950s there were fewer murders and fewer shootings here in new york in november than the same time of year earlier and less crime overall this month november just past was the safest november in recorded history in this city near build a blasio said at the trends continue owning the safest you're on record and more than a halfcentury there have been fifty one fewer murders than at this point last year but chief permit shea said more ray october and november we sleep double digit increases now that does coincide with obviously what's been going on in the news last couple of months for rape victims are coming forward which is what at least one aaron katersky abc news new york wtmj news time four thirty four as wisconsin's afternoon news i'm melissa barkley filling in for john mercure we have mike spaulding with us as well cbs to buy at net for sixty nine billion dollars it's a deal that may reshape the health industry joining us right now is jeff schultz president and ceo of banco of wisconsin welcome to the show jeff good afternoon so buying a cds or cbs buying healthcare provider why are they doing this you know the wind or being blurred and now here the lead the by now to uh for one of the major reasons is.
"danny abrams" Discussed on K-News The Voice of the Valley
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