Smokey Bones CEO James O’Reilly is bullish about the future of the brand, and there’s reason for that.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez announced Monday that dining rooms will close for a second time effective Wednesday.
Restructuring a brand out of bankruptcy presents its own set of obstacles. Mix in a global pandemic that’s pounded the industry, and the road to recovery becomes even trickier.
Uber has finalized a deal to purchase Postmates in a $2.65 billion all-stock deal.
Metro Diner knew off-premises was paramount before March—the COVID pandemic only confirmed its beliefs.
Restaurants across the country are facing a setback as a growing number of states roll back reopening strategies in light of a spike in COVID cases.
On Wednesday, Bloomin’ Brands voted to reinstate the salary of CEO David Deno with the brand reopening more than three-fourths of its U.S. footprint.
Congress voted to extend the deadline of the Paycheck Protection Program, with more than $130 billion still remaining.
The game changed for Grumpy’s Restaurant in March when Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis closed dining rooms.
Darden CEO Gene Lee said employees are the company’s greatest competitive advantage.