Multi-concept operator Restaurants Unlimited, which filed for bankruptcy protection in early July, has a high-profile “stalking horse” bidder knocking at the door.
Kura Sushi USA bucked recent history when it hit the stock market August 1.
U.S. consumers visited restaurants this July at the same pace they did last July and consumer spending was up three percent compared to year ago, reports The NPD Group. Total U.S.
Red Robin’s recent slide could sit on the shoulders of a few different issues.
Like many casual-dining icons, Ruby Tuesday has faced some hard times of late. In 2018, its revenue dipped nearly 13 percent.
If you really want to dissect the heart of Chili’s comeback over the past year and a half, look to the message.
J. Alexander’s Holdings could be on the move. Lonnie J.
At the back-end of 2018, Chuy’s put the brakes on new-market expansion. This wasn’t a reactionary decision as much as a preemptive one.
Some pundits have approached restaurant growth with caution in recent quarters. Is there a ceiling to off-premises expansion? What is the limit to price taking?
Across the restaurant industry, same-store sales growth—although modest—remains consistent.