Amid a glut of news and chaos, these stories illustrate the good, the bad, and the ugly of a historic year.
Diners and restaurants can make eating out a far safer—and more pleasant—experience for workers and patrons alike with the new Diner Code of Conduct, a shared initiative of Food & Society at th ...
Sunday’s news lawmakers reached a final deal to distribute a fresh $900 billion COVID-19 relief package was met with trepidation by at least one corner of the restaurant industry.
The 2020 holiday season may not offer the same gatherings, parties and hoopla of years’ past, but diners are making sure it is still filled with amazing food.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday that New York City will shut down indoor dining beginning Monday, but that outdoor dining and takeout/delivery would remain.
TableSafe, Inc., a leading innovator of pay-at-the-table technology designed for the hospitality industry, shared that customer transaction volume indicates troubling circumstances for the full-ser ...
A challenge facing mall restaurants over the past decade was depressed foot traffic and the subsequent slide of the spontaneous occasion.
A Los Angeles County judge ruled Tuesday that L.A. County public health officials improperly instituted an outdoor dining ban because the restriction lacked justifiable evidence.
In fall, the National Restaurant Association reported that nearly one in six restaurants (representing nearly
According to industry tracker Black Box Intelligence, restaurant comp sales declined 10.3 percent in November—the worst result since August, or a 3.8 percentage point drop from October. ...