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Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry


Fogo de Chao beckons guests to the bar with menu refresh

New bar bites and handcrafted cocktails draw guests to lighter fare at the meat-centric Brazilian churrasco chain.


3 ways to elevate beverage service

In a post-lockdown restaurant industry, with dining rooms reopening and consumers venturing back out, it will be as important as ever for restaurant operators to provide a top-tier experience for thei...

“The demands of Japanese green tea as a non-alcoholic beverage are increased not only in household consumption but also restaurant consumption among the sober-curious, a group of people who don’t drin...

The pandemic forced many consumers’ dining behaviors to shift in big ways; according to Technomic’s recent Delivery and Takeout Consumer Trend Report, 60% of consumers said they anticipated that they’...

As McDonald's popular LTO makes its annual return Monday, it's worth remembering the efforts of Uncle O'Grimacey and franchisee Hal Rosen.

A recent Technomic survey reveals the top 10 destinations for slurping a shake.

A proposal currently before the City Council would prevent restaurants from including sugary beverages in kids meals unless parents specifically request them.

The senior beverage manager has crafted a drinks program that provides all guests with a celebratory experience.

The holiday season gives many consumers an annual incentive to treat themselves and their loved ones to upscale gifts and experiences, and holiday spending at restaurants is no exception. Compoundi...

To meet demand, skilled bartenders are tapping a wealth of new low- and zero-proof spirits and mixers to create complex, well-balanced drinks with less or no alcohol.

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