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.
I don’t have to tell you that 2020 has been a difficult year. You’ve not only read about it ad nauseum as the headlines are filled with national restaurant chains seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy rel ...
There’s no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the incorporation of advanced technology across various facets of the restaurant industry.
We live in a world where a bad experience can circle the globe before your PR rep has had their first cup of coffee.
In fall, the National Restaurant Association reported that nearly one in six restaurants (representing nearly