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Holiday Dining Habits

From Halloween to New Year’s Day, consumers reveal what they like and don’t like about dining out at the holidays.

Chefs to Compete During Imagine Gala in March

Celebrity chefs are prepared to turn up the heat at the tenth Annual Imagine Gala, to be held 7 to 11 p.m. on March 21, 2015, at the Imaginarium Science Center in Fort Myers, Florida. 
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Midwestern Makeover Midwestern Makeover

Boca Restaurant Group leads Cincinnati’s new restaurant row with its re-opened Boca flagship and its Sotto and Nada concepts.

GuestMetrics Reports Rise in Food and Beverage Sales GuestMetrics Reports Rise in Food and Beverage Sales

GuestMetrics, which collects check-level data from point-of-sale systems at more than 10,000 restaurants, reports trends for the four-week period that ended Nov. 30.

Son of a Butcher Tavern Primed for Chicago Debut

Son of a Butcher Tavern, located at 2934 W. Diversey Ave. in Chicago’s burgeoning Logan Square neighborhood, is the latest venture by restaurateur Adolfo Garcia, slated to open in early 2015.

White Lodging Announces Vice President of Restaurants

White Lodging is pleased to announce Jason Druso as its new vice president of restaurants, working on improving the company's food and beverage operations and revenue growth of its outlets.

Sweet Memories Define Dessert Trends Sweet Memories Define Dessert Trends

Chefs put a contemporary spin on their favorite cakes and pies.

NC's The Cowfish Opens in Universal Orlando NC's The Cowfish Opens in Universal Orlando

Universal CityWalk’s newest restaurant, The Cowfish, opensed Dec. 10, bringing the nation’s original sushi burger bar to the heart of Universal Orlando’s entertainment complex.

Food Truck Gets its Ducks in a Row Food Truck Gets its Ducks in a Row

After learning the ropes of the Austin dining scene on a confined food trailer, a brick-and-mortar location gives five partners a real chance to flex their culinary muscles.


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