Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry


Getting more out of your beverage menu

Building a craveable drink menu doesn't have to break the bank.


Milkshakes refresh the beverage menu

Consumers are turning to milkshakes as snacks, and they're willing to pay more for them if they include brand-name ingredients.

Operators are freshening up the beverage side of the menu with spring ingredients and colors.

Take a look at what’s bubbling up this year at the BAR Stage.

Consumers may be busier than ever before, but they’re not skipping over their morning coffee stops.

Coffee orders can be as varied and unique as the consumers ordering them. One consistent aspect, however, is that customization is now an essential part of the coffee experience.

In line with their desire for uniqueness and variety, younger consumers are ordering a wider selection of beverages.

Iced tea has become an American beverage staple, with 84% of restaurants offering it as a menu option.

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Here are a few simple cocktails that will appeal to a wide variety of consumer tastes.

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