The coronavirus pandemic continues to upheave consumer behavior.
There’s a shift happening in the restaurant business right now and it’s completely unprecedented. Firstly, unless you offer take out or delivery, you’ve likely been ordered to close down.
For many restaurants, including those that had never offered off-premises options before, carryout and delivery have become a life raft over the past week.
In a manner of days, which feels like minutes, the business of dining in at full-s
The way consumers react to the coronavirus pandemic is about as dynamic as it gets.
Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, a multi-concept group that operates 36 locations across 15 brands and 12 states, including Ocean Prime, said Thursday it has temporarily ceased all operations and furl
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Black Box Intelligence surveyed more than 200 restaurant operators last week to get their take on the coronavirus and its initial impact. This was pre-March 13. Naturally, much has changed.
In the midst of the nationwide closing of restaurants and public places, LA’s west coast 101 North Eatery & Bar adjusted to meet consumer’s needs.
When considering COVID-19’s impact on restaurant trends, it’s important to break off pieces that can be approached and tackled individually.