Chefs, restaurateurs, and other industry leaders share their thoughts, words of wisdom, and hopes for 2021.
Legal Sea Foods, a concept with more than 25 stores along the East Coast, has been acquired by Smith & Wollensky Steakhouses parent PPX Hospitality Brands for an undisclosed amount. ...
Eatertainment chain Punch Bowl Social filed for bankruptcy Tuesday, citing the damaging effects of restrictions and the public’s uneasiness to enter shared spaces.
As Americans become more comfortable with visiting restaurants, driving traffic to pre-pandemic levels will be challenging.
Applebee’s and IHOP parent Dine Brands announced Tuesday that Thomas Song resigned as CFO. The move is effective January 22.
Employers are allowed to require COVID vaccinations and ban employees from the workplace if they choose to opt out, according to guidance from the U.S.
As the calendar flips on a tumultuous year for full-service restaurants, operators are starting to plot where COVID-19 innovation falls into the 2021 picture.
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.
Sunday’s news lawmakers reached a final deal to distribute a fresh $900 billion COVID-19 relief package was met with trepidation by at least one corner of the restaurant industry.
What can we expect following a year unlike any other for restaurants?