A new shopper survey illuminates the latest evolution of customers' desires and where those feelings might be in the future.
Beer gardens have become popular restaurant destinations for consumers looking for a sense of normalcy.
Once restaurants began closing their dining rooms in mid-March 2020, it was like removing a log from a delicately crafted dam.
Consumer behavior, much like society, has been in a constant state of flux these past two years.
New York City will end vaccine requirements on March 7 for restaurants and other indoor public places, according to Mayor Eric Adams.
Willie Degel is an entrepreneur through and through.
Even during the rockiest days of COVID-19, full-service restaurants held tight to a recurring theme—diners wanted to eat out again.
In the hospitality world, service is held in a higher regard than just about any other aspect.
New York and California, two of the largest restaurant markets in the country, announced the expiration of their respective mask mandates for indoor public spaces.
Omicron has been fast and furious, creating new challenges on top of already tough ones. To monitor Omicron’s impact, we conducted back-to-back waves of research in January.