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5 takes on chicken recipes

Chicken is the most popular protein on America’s menus, according to Technomic’s MenuMonitor. Explore some new ways to menu the bird with these five recipes.

20 Under 20

20 under 20 units

Restaurant Business identified the 20 fastest-growing small chains that have fewer than 20 units, at least 20% sales growth from 2015 to 2016, and under $25 million in total sales.

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20 top full-service chains in satisfaction and sales

When it comes to restaurant brands, the sales leaders are not always consumers’ favorites for a variety of reasons. Chains best at parlaying customer satisfaction into sales are hard to beat.

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Recent Stories

New President Denyelle Bruno joins the 24-unit chain after serving at the Drybar hairstyling specialist.

Presenters at FSTEC, the annual conference for technology leaders, sketched out what's next for restaurateurs. Attendees learned the tech revolution of recent years was nothing compared to what's about to reshape the business.

Chicken is the most popular protein on America’s menus, according to Technomic’s MenuMonitor. Explore some new ways to menu the bird with these five recipes.

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