Snooze, a growing breakfast and lunch concept, announced Thursday that it plans to accelerate growth after a minority investment from private equity firm, Brentwood Associates.
For most restaurants, the journey from March to December was far from a straight line.
That five-year plan is becoming a one-year plan.
Chili’s restaurants are feeling the effects of COVID restrictions as company-owned stores went from capturing 99 percent of sales in late October to 88 percent last week.
It's time to decide whether the COVID-19 vaccine be voluntary, mandatory, or some hybrid of both for restaurant employers.
J. Alexander’s has been forced to close more than 20 percent of its dining rooms, causing sales to drop 20 to 30 percentage points since the early fall.
It’s hard to imagine an industry hit harder by COVID-19 than hospitality.
San Francisco’s Cliff House, founded 157 years ago on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, announced that it will close permanently on December 31.
To understand the formation of Taffer’s Tavern, “Bar Rescue” star Jon Taffer takes you back to life before the COVID pandemic.
For the past nine months, restaurants—arguably the hardest-hit industry during the pandemic—have pleaded with Congress to provide assistance.