Where does the restaurant industry stand? Where is it headed? There remains plenty of uncertainty, even six-plus months in. A testy election awaits less than 30 days away.
In a press conference Friday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said the state is moving into what it initially called “phase 3,” which allows restaurants and bars to operate at full capacity. ...
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday that the state will move to Stage 5 of its reopening plan Saturday, which allows restaurants to operate at full capacity.
Sports have returned to quiet stadiums across America. While great news for TV networks, where it leaves restaurants is a more complex debate.
San Francisco is moving forward with indoor dining plans, but they won’t be implemented until after the end of September.
The cut-throat nature of New York City’s real estate market made it difficult for small businesses to thrive even before the pandemic.
Closures are on the rise for restaurants as COVID-19 crosses the half-year mark.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday afternoon that New York City will be allowed to resume indoor dining beginning September 30.
Even before COVID-19, some consumers were wary of buffet-style dining, despite the fact that the vast majority of those restaurant regularly passed sanitation standards with flying
Here are eight areas of a restaurant’s design and operation that have changed and will continue to evolve and influence the Restaurant of the Future.