An expanding and tasteful demographic is garnering attention from full-service restaurants. Should you target them, too?
The Y-Pulse Dream Kitchen Survey team surveyed panelists before the North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers (NAFEM) and scoured the show floor to uncover the latest trends in foodservice equipment.
Paytronix Systems, Inc., a leading provider of reward program solutions to restaurants and retailers, today announced that Chicago-based Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises (LEYE) has moved its 25-year-old Frequent Diner Club loyalty program to
Ziosk, maker of an ordering, entertainment, and pay-at-the table tablet, announced its partnership with Red Robin Gourmet Burgers to bring Ziosk tabletop tablets to Red Robin restaurant locations across the United States.
According to a new study, consumers prefer iPad tipping the most in casual restaurants, compared to fine-dining and even quick-service establishments, and this presents casual-dining operators offering iPad POS systems a chance to improve the guest experience—and thus the tip amount a guest
Australian cloud point of sale platform Kounta launched in the U.S., aiming to fill a gap in the North American business software market.
Fast Company named E la Carte, pioneers in Smart Dining and creators of the Presto Tablet for restaurants, as one of the magazine’s World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies for 2015.
Yelp announced it has acquired Eat24, a web and app-based online food ordering service.With this acquisition, Yelp will drive daily engagement in the key restaurant vertical and plans to expand Eat24's offering to the one million U.S. restaurants listed on its platform.
The National Restaurant Association is accepting applications for the fifth annual Food and Beverage (FABI) Awards.
P.F. Chang’s China Bistro selected Neuron ESB application and web services integration software to unify the restaurant’s backend systems and power real-time guest communications for its P.F. Chang’s and Pei Wei brands.
Restaurants can expect romantics in droves Feb. 14 and must plan ahead to accommodate crowds.