In the context of 2020, being a hot market wasn’t necessarily an honor any city desired. Seemingly overnight, the term “hot” went from connoting an economic boom to warning of a viral epidemic. ...
Restaurants can't get stuck thinking only about the present.
Operator Danny Meyer, owner of Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG), announced Friday that his concepts will shut down on-premises dining because of the rise in COVID cases.
THE RESTAURANT OF THE FUTURE 5.0 is about driving new revenue streams by leveraging what has been learned over the last seven months and creatively and aggressively applying it to
From mall food courts to full-service chains, restaurants in high-traffic shopping areas have long served the needs of hungry holiday crowds.
As COVID cases continue to rise across the U.S., several states have increased dining rooms restrictions in order to curb the spread.
Due to rising COVID-19 cases across the country, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that State Liquor Authority-licensed restaurants and bars must set a 10 p.m. curfew.
San Francisco officials announced Tuesday that the city will roll back the reopening of indoor dining after seeing a 250 percent increase in COVID cases since October 2.
As very 2020 as it might seem, Chicago residents woke up to snow on the morning of April 15.