How do you recreate an all-you-can-eat king crab and prime burger experience in the home of a quarantining customer?
COVID-19 might just end up a watershed moment in restaurant technology.
Despite the widespread coronavirus downturn, a multi-month study by global travel platform Tripadvisor hints at early signs of recovery, with the dining sector leading the way.
Release a statement or not? Let actions speaker louder than words? Take to social? Website? Email? Personal or company-wide?
As the industry grapples with the ways business is changing during the COVID-19 crisis, restaurants have had to adapt at a faster pace than ever before.
Dining out is changing. It’s a simple reality of coronavirus.
A dozen years ago, Michael Abt led more than 1,000 Arby’s restaurants through the Great Recession as senior vice president of operations.
Here is a running list of states that have official plans to re-open restaurant dining rooms with restrictions: Alaska (April 24)
As states begin to lessen restrictions, restaurants are grappling with their local and individual circumstances to determine a reopening strategy.
If there’s one thing we can say about the current state of COVID-19 and restaurants, it’s that many operators are thinking about the future. Some of the sticker shock has worn off.