Del Posto, an upscale Italian restaurant in New York City, will permanently shut down after being sold, according to the Ne
To help foodservice operators and the technology solution providers who serve them, the RSPA (Retail Solutions Providers Association) has produced a 55-minute video
Dave & Buster’s has been relatively silent this past year, absorbing the ebbs and flows of COVID-19 like a tidal wave.
Like many others in the casual-dining industry, Famous Dave’s is starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
This past week, the Senate passed a bill to extend the Paycheck Protection Program’s deadline from March 31 to May 31.
The current restaurant environment is quite dynamic, to say the least, Darden CEO Gene Lee said.
Last year was a nightmare scenario for most New York City operators, and the numbers prove as much, according to data from the NYC Hospitality Alliance.
There’s no denying guests are growing eager to return to normal life, says Manny Hilario, CEO of The ONE Group Hospitality.
In March 2020, J. Alexander’s CEO Mark Parkey said the brand was “concerned about the disruption that the COVID-19 outbreak has caused.”
The House of Representatives passed President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill Wednesday, which will now head to the president’s desk for signature.