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.
Denny’s Corporation announced that it has entered into a third amendment to its amended and restated credit facility that provides the company with greater financial flexibility by resetting financ ...
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.
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The SEC and The Cheesecake Factory reached a $125,000 settlement after the brand was accused of misleading investors about the condition of the company early into the COVID pandemic. ...
At Cracker Barrel, crystal balls aren’t a part of the inventory.
On Tuesday, a bipartisan group of legislators unveiled a $908 billion stimulus package that offers more forgivable loans, but no direct aid to the restaurant industry.
California Pizza Kitchen announced that it has successfully completed its financial restructuring process and emerged from Chapter 11, well positioned for long-term growth.
A federal court approved bidding procedures for Ruby Tuesday’s assets, paving the way for an auction to occur no later than mid-January.
Rave Restaurant Group won’t be sidelined by COVID-19, CEO Brandon Solano said.