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Beverage

Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry

Beverage

Texas makes takeout alcohol sales permanent

Gov. Greg Abbott signed legislation turning his emergency pandemic measure into law, enabling to-go liquor to be a post-pandemic option for restaurants.

Beverage

Sonic adds new flavors, new formats to its drink lineup

Seasonal beverage innovation continues at the chain, with the addition of seven new items for spring and summer.

From cocktails to go to a rotating list of seasonal margaritas and alcohol-free drinks, Beverage Director Nicole Quist is all about keeping it fresh.

The chain is treating its loyalty rewards members to a free weekly brew starting Feb. 1.

Legislation is pending in 13 states to allow restaurants and bars to continue selling alcohol off-premise.

Restaurants are mixing up creative cocktails without alcohol to help drinkers get through Dryuary.

Cofounder Hazel de los Reyes focuses on roasting the best coffee and creating an upbeat, accessible cafe to enjoy it.

The top beverage trends that will evolve and emerge in the year ahead.

Members of the “club” pay $30 for $75 in takeout and on-site benefits.

The breakfast, brunch and lunch concept plans to have the new listing in half its stores by year’s end.

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