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Beverage

How Vino Volo's airport wine bars create a unique oasis for travelers

Through curated wine flights, local flavor and enlightened server training, certified sommelier Larissa Dubose captures guests on the go for a bit of pampering.

Beverage

What makes Dry January different this year

Demographics have changed, spirit-free products are better and more plentiful, and operators are realizing that zero-proof drinks are revenue-boosters.

Partnerships with restaurants, chefs and mixologists elevate the club experience for travelers at LaGuardia and JFK.

A celebrity-branded mezcal makes its debut in three approachable and affordable signature cocktails.

Behind the Menu: As new VP of culinary, Joel Reynders is expanding the menu in new directions without losing focus on the bar.

Chains in search of new revenue streams might want to rethink how they’re using excess space in their restaurants.

Premium, live sports content in bars and restaurants is a huge draw—guests gather to watch their favorite teams play and order snacks, drinks and meals during their often multi-hour visits. In short, it’s a huge opportunity for operators, and having a reliable provider is key.

A combination of target marketing and tech enhancements can spur craft beer sales for operators.

It’s no secret that sports bring big business to restaurants and bars. Customers gathering to watch a favorite team square up against a rival, planning an outing for the Big Game or meeting at happy hour to cheer on local underdogs are cornerstones for operators.

This South Beach, Fla., concept is planning to open in Chicago, Nashville and Washington, D.C. by next year.

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