It’s no longer a question of if or when the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, will affect foodservice in the U.S.
Pop-up cocktail bars—taking shape as bars with changing themes, new enterprises within existing bars, and specialty, traveling concepts—offer operators a chance to shake things up, leverage current ...
Over the last five years, solo diners, or parties of one, have increased their share of restaurant visits while other party sizes have declined, reports The NPD Group.
Chef Joey Ward knows a thing or two about Southern cooking. A Georgia native himself, Ward recently opened two Atlanta restaurants simultaneously.
Solo travelers, single-person households, and solitary diners are making their mark on several industries ranging from consumer goods to tourism to restaurants.
On the first weekend of the new year, The Mayfair Supper Club opened its doors within the Bellagio resort and casino on Las Vegas’s famed Strip.
A milder winter appears to have heated up restaurants, too.
According to The NPD Group, there were more than 460 billion in- and away-from home eating and drinking occasions in 2018. And it’s been well documented where the shift is taking place. ...
For the vast majority of restaurants, joining the third-party delivery bandwagon is a must to increase off-premises sales and capitalize on the convenience-crazed movement.
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of stories on the state of casual dining based on exclusive Market Force Information data.