Restaurant F&B News and Trends

Restaurant news and trends for all things food and beverage—what’s smokin’, what’s sweet, what’s most successful. From the hottest ingredients to the newest techniques, gourmet foods to easy dishes—FSR is serving up features with ideas and insights to keep your menus fresh.

 

Smyth of Milwaukee To Host Mother's Day Brunch Buffet

Smyth, located in The Iron Horse Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, invites guests to a special Mother’s Day brunch celebration May 10 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Sysco Files Memorandum Opposing FTC's Motion to Block Merger

Sysco Corporation filed a memorandum opposing the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) effort to block its proposed merger with US Foods, a transaction that would make the U.S.

NRA and Craft Beverage Expo Partner for Upcoming Events

In an effort to unify the craft beverage community, a partnership was announced between the National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show and the Craft Beverage Expo.

Cantina Laredo Updates Menu With Farm-to-Table Focus

For more than three decades, Cantina Laredo has served a modern interpretation of authentic Mexican dishes.

Angus Club Steakhouse Celebrates First Anniversary in New York

Angus Club Steakhouse is winning high praise for a newcomer celebrating its first anniversary.

Buffalo Wings & Rings Launches Baseball Themed Menu

Buffalo Wings & Rings, a sports restaurant franchise with 46 locations in 12 states, is announced the launch of a ballpark themed limited time menu.

Concessions International Opens Chef Geoff's in Dulles Airport

Well-known Washington, D.C., restaurant group Chef Geoff’s has teamed with leading U.S.

Magnolias of Charleston Celebrates 25 Years

It was 1989 when Tom Parsell Sr. decided to purchase an old historic building in an area of Charleston that had become run down in recent years.

Japanese and Brazilian Flavors Thrive at Soho Bay in Miami

More than fifteen years of sushi and sashimi making traditions were imported to Miami when international Soho Bay opened its doors in April 2015.

Original Chef Returns to Manhattan's Taboon to Expand Menu

Having introduced New York City to the art of cooking in a taboon, the traditional dome-shaped, wood fired oven used throughout the Middle East for nearly three millennia, as the opening chef of Ma

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