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Beverage

Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry

Beverage

Bluestone Lane inks a co-branding deal with Hilton

The cafe chain will offer its products in the lodging giant's new Tempo line.

Beverage

A nationwide alcohol shortage is causing headaches for bars and restaurants

Unlike some of the other supply chain issues during the pandemic, low supplies of liquor, beer and wine could have serious impacts on an operator’s bottom line as dine-in service resurges.

Top trends that emerged over the last year continue to drive menu innovation and service at the hotel chain.

The coffee giant brings back the long-running fall favorite along with a pumpkin-themed cold brew and other treats.

Robert et Fils’ beverage director repurposes leftover sweet and savory ingredients into inventive cocktails and nonalcoholic drinks.

Technomic’s adult beverage data reveals that bartenders are offering a mix of old favorites and new drinks to meet consumer demand.

The family chain intends to go slow in developing a program built on beers, wines and mimosas.

Technomic data shows that customers crave unique and flavorful warm-weather drinks, especially those that feature watermelon, berries and other seasonal fruits.

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

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

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