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Ohio restaurants try a jujitsu move to protect their tip credit

The industry and its allies are pushing legislation that would raise the state's minimum wage to $15 but keep the credit. The move is intended to thwart an effort to both raise the wage and kill the credit through a ballot initiative.

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Dynamic pricing a divisive subject at National Restaurant Show

With the Wendy's debacle still fresh in operators' minds, some are firmly opposed to demand-based menu pricing. Others say its time has come.

The casual-dining seafood chain, with $300 million in debt, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in one of the biggest filings in restaurant industry history.

The annual event recognized menu innovation at five restaurant chains, plus Chef Nancy Silverton’s induction into the MenuMasters Hall of Fame.

The Bottom Line: The seafood chain’s bankruptcy declaration was not surprising after months of closures and Endless Shrimp recriminations. But that doesn’t make it any less notable.

The full-service veteran was named this year's winner of the Gold Plate award from the International Foodservice Manufacturers Association (IFMA).

Optimizing menu performance and working with group purchasing organizations can boost profitability, according to a session at the National Restaurant Show.

At the National Restaurant Show on Sunday, executives from the groundbreaking concept created by Chipotle's founder shared how listening to workers and using their ideas can lower turnover and fundamentally improve the quality of food.

The crowd got thicker and the energy kicked up a notch at the National Restaurant Show on Sunday. Here are some takeaways from the Restaurant Business editorial team.

RB editors logged tens of thousands of steps on the Show floor Saturday as the 2024 edition of the National Restaurant Association Show kicked off in Chicago.

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