Here’s the hottest restaurant interior and exterior fads sure to remain thriving in a post-pandemic world.
Over the past two years, full service has taken a number of pages out of the limited-service playbook, but even before COVID, a smattering of operators had already blended the two.
When it comes to a quality restaurant the two things people think about the most are the food and the ambiance. A restaurant with great food and a great atmosphere will keep patrons coming back. ...
Once restaurants began closing their dining rooms in mid-March 2020, it was like removing a log from a delicately crafted dam.
As we settle into 2022, many restaurant owners will consider redesigning their restaurants.
COVID’s acceleration of off-premises has pushed several casual-dining brands to rethink development strategies, namely a shift into the quick-service segment.
Restaurant design was an intricate art even in the calmest of times.
Denver is now home to Bar Louie’s first new prototype.
When Delores Tronco moved to New York City, she was hardly a bright-eyed novice with little restaurant experience.
The design of a restaurant can provide the ambiance needed to keep customers coming back, even if the building’s space isn’t divided into specific use areas.