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At Ruby Slipper, it's weekend brunchtime every day

The 22-unit New Orleans-themed operation promises a midday party seven days a week. And it serves breakfast and lunch, too.

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Massachusetts wants a return of happy hours. Its restaurants don't

Two-for-one deals and other promotional offers would drive up insurance costs while cutting into sales, local operators contend.

Bartenders in the brand’s 10 regions crafted unique limited-edition drinks using Italian spirits and local flavors.

The law also permits shochu to be sold under that name rather than the erroneous label of soju.

From bar-centric layouts to expanded cocktail menus, there’s a renewed focus on adult beverages, but some hurdles remain.

The better-burger chain said it is looking to capitalize on consumer desire to socialize following the pandemic.

Whether because of a greater focus on mental health, a desire to boost professionalism or a need to bolster the bottom line, some restaurants are doing away with a long-standing tradition.

Data from the third-party companies provides a snapshot of what consumers ordered from restaurants in the last year—and what fell from favor.

To meet demand, skilled bartenders are tapping a wealth of new low- and zero-proof spirits and mixers to create complex, well-balanced drinks with less or no alcohol.

This generation often prefers to socialize at home, and legalization of marijuana provides an option other than alcohol for those of legal drinking age.

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