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Fast-growing restaurant chain focuses recruitment on Toys R Us employees

The Main Event food-and-games concept is holding an open house for Toys R Us staffers who have or are about to lose their jobs.

6 more ideas we stumbled upon in Los Angeles

We found so many great ideas on a recent restaurant tour in Los Angeles that we had to split them into two installments. While the first batch covered menu innovations, this batch takes a look at stealable operations ideas.

With a combined 110 years of restaurant experience, these industry vets share how to weather tough times and emerge with a strong culture and even stronger team members.

One-liners concerning wimps, going naked and princess crowns give RLC attendees insight into the minds of some of the top industry leaders.

Everyone is clamoring to be the next Chipotle. So what are the secrets to success for this industry strongman? We pull back the foil for a closer look.

The updates include changes in the chain's catering program, new digital enhancements, and a contribution from a Starbucks veteran who's been brought onboard.

Licensing products doesn't have to be a huge undertaking. Brands with small programs that they say are lucrative as well as simpler to maintain—and began with relative ease. For restaurateurs looking into licensing, there are lessons to learn at every level.

Chicken accounted for more than 18 percent of the sandwiches sold at Subway’s 29,900 North American units in 2014.

The craft-focused bar offers guests the option to buy smaller, individual barrels filled with their own customized, aged cocktail.

Nando's Peri-Peri isn't holding a typical restaurant opening. They like to think of it as a "housewarming" for the Chicago market.

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