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This week’s goddammit moments were not of the passive variety. Operators were plunged into a crisis by the remarkably bad decisions they made, some after what had to have been considerable deliberation.

Consumers showed how their preferences are shifting, while restaurants bet on where those directions will take them.

The latest flurry of restaurant marketing tactics feel remarkably similar to what other concepts and segments have been doing successfully for some time.

Wait—isn't Halloween still weeks away? That didn't spare restaurants from the sort of scary stories that are usually told around a campfire. The evil this time came from snakes, clowns and liars.

Employees are struggling to get to work because their vehicles were destroyed, forcing restaurants to get creative.

With change coming to the restaurant industry at warp speed, here's a snapshot of developments that signal where we might be barreling.

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.

The chain's parent company has decided not to reopen stores that were closed by Hurricane Harvey.

Restaurants influenced more than food trends this week. Just ask those waifs in outlandish outfits who strutted the runways this week in New York City.

A sweeping prohibition of single-use wares has finally been set for enforcement, and restaurants indicate they're ready.