Restaurant permits and licenses are not the motivating reason to get into the industry.
What makes a good franchise? These leading brands have it figured out.
There are a set of potential developments hanging in the divide between 2020 and 2030 with the potential to shake up the restaurant industry.
Move over bitter beer, light and flavorful options are taking over.
Much has changed since ESPN crowned Walk-On’s the “Best Sports Bar in North America” nearly eight years ago. Heck, it doesn’t even identify as a sports bar anymore. At least not in name.
“It takes time for people to get familiar with things,” says Tatsu Aikawa, chef and owner of DipDipDip Tatsu-Ya, a hotpot restaurant in Austin, Texas. “Sushi took a long time.
Driven by the shift to an experience economy, the way Americans choose to dine out has changed dramatically in recent years
When Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill, a chain of 61 mid-priced barbecue restaurants, saw its revenue dip from $181.5 million in 2016 to $176.8 million the following year and finally $170.2 millio
The ability of mainstream brands like Burger King and White Castle to serve plant-based meat to the masses has sent a seismic ripple through the better-burger category.