It is the season of giving and what better way to celebrate it than with a gift card.
COVID-19 has introduced a number of significant problems to the restaurant industry, while also bringing one long-simmering problem to the fore: menu bloat.
Within the hospitality industry, many are relieved and thankful to turn the page to 2021.
With news from Europe that many countries have entered a second lockdown increasing the threat of a similar situation in the U.S., restaurants across the country are once again preparing for the po ...
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Restaurant Association estimates that U.S.
As a restaurant owner, having “a lot on your plate” isn’t just a food-industry pun.
As Americans become more comfortable with visiting restaurants, driving traffic to pre-pandemic levels will be challenging.
We all know this has been a year like no other for the restaurant industry. The pandemic caused closures, both temporarily and permanently, for too many establishments.
That five-year plan is becoming a one-year plan.
It’s hard to imagine an industry hit harder by COVID-19 than hospitality.