Independent operators, restaurant groups, and emerging chains find eager partners in real estate developers on a mission to create dining-driven destinations.
When Rick McCormack stepped into the space that was once Chart House restaurant, he scanned over a completely gutted interior stripped to the studs and beams.
Commercial real estate developers should pay attention to the trend toward urban food halls packed with local restaurants, bars and cafés, urges Anthony Deen, creative director, branded environment
CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. announced renovation plans for CoolSprings Galleria in Nashville, Tennessee.
Taubman Centers, Inc. is embarking on a $500 million re-imagination of Beverly Center this month that will transform every aspect of the iconic fashion destination.
Louisville is known for many things, from the Kentucky Derby, to where the majority of the world’s bourbon is made.
Alexandria Restaurant Partners (ARP), the new group behind Virtue Feed & Grain in Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia, Lena’s Wood-Fired Pizza & Tap in Alexandria, and the recently opened
Ralph Lauren’s Polo Bar has brought comfortably luxurious steakhouse dining back to Manhattan, and Tommy Bahama is rolling out its island cuisine and resort-minded ambiance in white-tablecloth settings from New York City to Waikiki to Tokyo. In both, the food and restaurant become a natural extension of the designer brand.
Sam McGann and John Power took a gamble on the North Carolina Outer Banks. Twenty-six years later, The Blue Point restaurant is a destination in itself.
With a historic backdrop, a rookie restaurateur, and a chef stepping into the spotlight for the first time, Savannah’s hottest new restaurant conquered impossible odds in its first year.