Texas Roadhouse lost founder Kent Taylor on March 18, a year to the day from when the enigmatic executive
The phrase “pent-up demand” has been tossed about by restaurants in recent weeks.
The Lost Cajun fought hard. And it fought for as long as it could before long-term projections showed an inevitable reality.
One of the (many) unusual ticks of COVID-19 was that restaurants, generally, did not suffer at the hands of depressed demand.
Running background right now to a host of issues, from the increasingly difficult task to hire
Company president Shang Skipper and Mac’s Speed Shop have had a chance to catch their breath.
Dave & Buster’s has been relatively silent this past year, absorbing the ebbs and flows of COVID-19 like a tidal wave.
The CDC recommends people continue taking precautions even when fully vaccinated. That includes staying 6 feet apart, avoiding crowds, and, yes, wearing masks.
Brandon Landry didn’t envision this. And either did his college professor. The first business plan for Walk-On’s, initially sketched on the back of a napkin, was returned with a C.
On Easter Sunday last year, the truth is, nobody had a clear view of COVID-19’s path. The U.S. had just surpassed Italy for the most fatalities at 20,000.