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Whether you have a banquet room that seats 100 or a group of tables that can accommodate 20, hosting special events can be very profitable.

The week’s 5 head-spinning moments: The little things

Taco Bell sets breakfast goals, Outback’s Tim Gannon assumes a new mission, Famous Dave’s exits the interior-design business and an acquisition puts a little-known consumer heartthrob on a fast growth track. If that’s news to you, read on.

The next time you're out on the dining room floor, watch as guests are handed your menu. Do they glance down at the cover? Open it right up to find something to order?

The slow times echo a familiar story for many restaurants. But the solutions don’t lie only in discounting, and they needn’t be high-tech.

After location, location, location, the next most influential factor in real estate is the concept of curb appeal.

While there’s no one-size-fits-all approach, making sure your online information is updated and accurate can go a long way toward ensuring customers can find you. With that in mind, here are four tips for search engine optimization (or SEO) operators can use to improve their rankings.

Michelin is targeting New York City for the release of its first-ever eating and lodging guide in North America.

Keep an eye out for a new era of salad bars, more satisfaction guarantees and Black Restaurant Weeks.

When a restaurant gets started, menu, staff and location decisions are usually top of mind. But a name can be just as important.

Here’s a look at which rewards programs rise to the top, and why.

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