At Brown Bag Seafood in Chicago, the menu is printed on a brown paper bag to reinforce the fast-casual’s name and marketing message.
The Counter’s menu is highly personalized and interactive—two attributes that appeal to today’s diners.
iPad menus and wine lists are nothing new but Celebrity Cruises takes its cocktail menu to another level.
Its name is a clue—this polished casual restaurant models its menu after the periodic table of elements.
The website that created the popular list of 35 server blunders is back with a roster of the ways restaurants nail it.
To help get a handle on the most valuable features, the RB team tested more than 100 apps from regional, emerging and national chains, to see what’s out there, what’s working and what’s not. Here's what they found ...