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Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry


Business-boosting holiday cocktails

One fruit that’s making waves in the cocktail world is the blueberry. Small but mighty, this fruit lends itself well to a wide range of spirits and other cocktail bases.


Happy hour, minus the booze

Non-alcoholic drinks can benefit from happy hour promotions, too.

While early tiki concepts used concentrates and canned juices, today, it’s all about fresh juices and quality ingredients, says Rob Goldberg.

With craft cocktails appearing at almost every corner bar, Cafe Adelaide sought a way to differentiate itself from the milieu. Enter its Cocktail Club, a way...

Restaurants are offering a new wave of frosty drinks to draw customers this summer.

Shifting beverage consumption leads chains to change their drink offerings.

Pairing ethnic beverages with global menus appeals to customers' more adventurous palates. Check out the latest beverage trends.

As restaurants test self-serve taps for beer and cocktails, some operators are giving customers the opportunity to help themselves to nonalcoholic drinks.

If you make delicious products, people will follow. Or so goes the philosophy at Pinewood Social, which, at 13,000 square feet, has room to host plenty of...

Drum up interest and tap into trends with short-term drink offerings.

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