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.
Since late spring, the on-again, off-again nature of dine-in restrictions has left many operators scrambling to adhere to local mandates and, when possible, revive on-site business. ...
The restaurant industry remains in a holding pattern, with no end in sight. And it’s troubling consumers.
Chief Experience Officer Sara Bittorf was with TGI Fridays barely two months when she saw the COVID-19 cycle in action.