Forget food critics. These days, diners are far more likely to trust the likes of Yelp, TripAdvisor, and Google in helping them pick the perfect spot to eat.
According to new research from the National Restaurant Association, 72 percent of people want a restaurant gift card this holiday season.
$365 billion. That’s the number investment bank UBS forecasts global delivery sales will reach by the year 2028, up from just $35 billion in 2018.
Dave & Buster’s continues to wrestle with competition.
While Americans are addicted to the convenience that mobile devices offer, new research suggests that more consumers prefer to slow down and enjoy the in-restaurant dining experience over online or
This past July, Ryan Fletter took a group of chefs, sommeliers, servers, and others from his two Denver-based Italian eateries, Barolo Grill and Chow Morso Osteria, to Italy for what he termed “an
The right serveware, light fixtures, and furniture can mean the difference between a ho-hum meal and a memorable dining experience.
The day-to-day grind of the restaurant industry tends to crack the crystal ball. For example, a decade ago, off-premises represented roughly 15 percent of barbecue chain Famous Dave’s total sales.
People are drinking less alcohol—more specifically, less craft beer.
There are a set of potential developments hanging in the divide between 2020 and 2030 with the potential to shake up the restaurant industry.