Denny’s announced Tuesday that it’s opened 80 percent of its U.S. dining rooms as same-store sales improve to a decline of 40 percent.
As devastating as COVID-19 has been on restaurants of all stripes, it was always going to batter social brands like Dave & Buster's harder than most.
By the end of this past week, BJ’s Restaurants expected to have more than 85 percent of its dining rooms open as sales increase weekly.
Earl Enterprises announced Thursday the asset acquisition of BRIO Italian Grille and BRAVO! Italian Kitchen from FoodFirst Global Restaurants. BRIO and BRAVO!
J. Alexander’s was in advanced negotiations with a buyer before COVID-19 rattled the landscape in early March.
Dan Wu, an immigrant chef and owner of Atomic Ramen in Lexington, Kentucky, operated his restaurant for two and a half years before COVID hit.
Chuy’s announced that it successfully completed its previously announced $50 million “at-the-market” offering and paid down its $25 million revolving credit facility.
More than 80 percent of Chili’s restaurants have reopened dining rooms, and the customers are responding.
Ruth’s Chris is getting back on its feet.
Michigan-based BarFly Ventures, the parent of HopCat, Stella’s Lounge, and Grand Rapids Brewing Co., filed for bankruptcy, citing “untenable” debt exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. ...