After last year, it’s difficult to look at the restaurant industry and not feel a sense of loss.
In normal times, summer has been an especially lucrative season for restaurants, particularly those in destination locations.
The number of job openings across the U.S. reached a record-high 9.3 million on the final business day of April, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Diners are emerging from the fog. In the week ending May 30, restaurants posted positive same-store sales for the 11th consecutive period, according to Black Box Intelligence.
The National Restaurant Association on May 26 sent a State and Local Blueprint for Rebuilding to the National Governors Association, the United States Conference of Mayors, and the National Council ...
Each generation brings with it a certain set of preferences and proclivities.
When KYU first opened its doors in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami five years ago, the neighborhood was quiet, to put it mildly.
Food and drink places earned $64.9 billion in April, the highest sales month since the pandemic began in March 2020, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
More than a dozen states are planning to end enhanced weekly unemployment benefits in the next couple of months.
Cornerstone Restaurant Group, one of Chicago’s leaders on the forefront of restaurant industry trends, announced the appointment of Mitch Langeler as Chief People Officer.